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Preparing Your Retail Business for the Holiday Season
October 29, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
October 29 29 @ 10-11 am
Join Michelle Krick, retail consultant, fashion expert, wardrobe stylist and personal shopper with over 30 years of retail industry experience as she breaks down the important steps to truly prepare yourself and your business for the upcoming holiday season. Michelle will encourage you to think about the important questions such as, “How am I prepped?” “What drove business last year and what is my strategy for incremental growth?” and “What are the current trends for the 2020 holiday season?” Michelle will address many of these questions and more as she discusses the importance of in season management, as well as a clearance strategy and driving January sales.
To learn about this and much more, register today! Don’t delay, space for this session is limited.
With nearly 30 years experience in the business side of retail and 3+ years as a Wardrobe Stylist and Personal Shopper, Michelle Krick has a unique perspective that allows her to evaluate a business from multiple angles. Michelle has taken her skill set from her corporate career specializing in managing, planning, buying (buying and Divisional Merchandise Manager) for some of the biggest names in retail (Nordstrom, Marshall Field’s, Macy’s, Meijer, and more) and brought it to support local shops and boutiques as a Retail Consultant. Michelle specializes in targeting any issues within your business, be it buying strategies, merchandising, financial planning, customer relations, social media strategies and marketing. Through a collaborative process, Michelle not only identifies and solves sales driving opportunities and problems, she works with you to set and reach both short and long-term goals all with the objective of making your business a success.
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