The Retail Start-up Book - Rowland Gee (Paperback)
Successfully Plan, Launch and Grow a Business
- R 667
- 3 May 2019
- Supply Source
- Successfully Plan, Launch and Grow a Business
- Kogan Page Ltd
- Number of Pages
- 234 x 156 x 17mm (234g)
The retail market in the UK is worth more than £400 billion annually and employs over 3 million workers, while in the US 29 million people create over USD $4 trillion of revenue through the industry. Despite the challenge to establish stores and big-box retailers, there's a rapid increase in the number of retail start-ups and consistent growth in the independent sector. From beard shops and barbers, through cafes and coffee shops, to 'retailment' concept stores and boutique consumer-focused experiences, the specialist retail sector is booming.
The Retail Start-Up Book provides clear guidance and advice on how to develop a winning retail strategy that seamlessly merges online and offline tactics. Introducing the science of shopping and how to understand customer behaviours and needs, it explores the essential steps of developing a business plan, marketing and promoting a business and advising on buying and visual merchandising. Building on years of retail experience nationally and internationally, in large groups and with independent retailers, The Retail Start-Up Book meticulously provide invaluable practical insights to help new retailers hit the floor running, or more established organizations grow their business and nurture their profits.
- General Subject
- BISAC Subject 1
- Business & Economics / Industries / Retailing
- BISAC Subject 2
- Business & Economics / E-Commerce / Internet Marketing
- BIC Classification 1
- Sales & marketing
- BIC Classification 2
- Retail sector
- BIC Classification 3
- Small businesses & self-employed
- Library Subject 1
- New business enterprises
- Dewey Classification
Danny Sloan was BAA Director of Planning 2012, ensuring BAA airports delivered the First and Lasting Impression for the UK across its airports during the London Olympics. He is co-founder of Grey4Gold Ltd.
Graham Symes is an experienced finance director in retail and wholesale fashion, with clients including Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, and Christian Lacroix.