To compensate for the impact of declining traffic, retailers should consider using guest productivity metrics.
Stay tuned for changes in home furnishing design aesthetics, customer moods and purchasing preferences that will roll out in 2023-24.
The debut of the American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame Foundation’s new High Point building in April signals a new focus on how consumers, job seekers and those of us who sell home furnishings see our industry.
Tom Liddell talks about credit lines, inventory reduction, bank covenants,
manufacturer discounts, inflation, new competition worries and much more.
As the cost of buying, owning and operating stores increases in 2023 there are still opportunities for retailers to create wealth.
The secret of the most effective retail sales closers is that they don’t treat closing as a separate step in the sales process.
HFA members El Dorado Furniture and Badcock &more weigh in on strategies to keep top performers engaged and happy.
HFA’s government advocacy programs: looking forward to 2023.
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