From the moment you wake up until you rest your head on your pillow at night, you're living and breathing your small business. You have dreams of making it big – but you need some help to get your business there, without going into bankruptcy.
Let's face it – if there's a new technology or app out there, you're usually the first one to get your hands on it. You love being in-the-know about the latest trends and gadgets. You're known for having an opinion about something before anyone else does.
If you're a retail store manager or owner, you may feel like you're doing the work of fifty people. You're not just managing the products and inventory; you're creating schedules, managing employees, analyzing business data, and planning future store campaigns.
According to HubSpot, 78% of local mobile searches result in offline sales. As this form of customer engagement increases, retail marketing teams must become ever more effective at capturing a customer's interest online and funneling it into a store visit that results in a purchase.
Many times managers and supervisors find themselves managing a new employee, or a group of new employees. New employees might not necessarily be new to the workforce and the industry, but the fact that they are new to the office or company calls for special attention from the manager or their supervisors.
"Our customer's trust is what keeps us in business. They expect fresh tasting food with no threat of ill-born diseases. Zip HACCP keeps us compliant with HACCP and FDA regulations through its integrated temperature solutions, food safety assurance, and end-to-end task reporting. We also use Zip Inventory to save time on inventory counts and have much-needed predictability to our ordering process. The Hubworks business management apps are perfect for our restaurants."
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