EdCast for Retail
Knowledge network and micro-learning experience in one.
The retail industry is changing rapidly.
Is your team keeping up?
Turnover in the retail industry has been steadily rising and now stands at over 50% a year.
Source: Bloomberg.com, 2015
Product cycles are getting shorter and flash promotions have increased fivefold.
Onboarding and training of new employees need to be rapid and tailored to Millenials’ learning habits.
Retailers must utilize online and just-in-time learning as they seek to create more training materials for more products and campaigns at less cost.
Solve the key business challenges facing your teams
Your sales team needs daily access to product, market and competitive knowledge to stay competitive.
Your associates need to watch and learn from experienced leaders and from their peers to provide impeccable and consistent customer service.
Your extended network of franchised and managed properties need to be educated about your products and services to ensure consistency across all locations.
You need to identify and train leaders that can lead by example, exercise self-control and have a positive outlook, inspire commitment and generally have the pulse of their customers.
Your new team members need to reduce their learning curve significantly so they can hit the ground running faster, be more responsive to guests and increase customer loyalty.
Taking your business digital is a strategic imperative and daily knowledge networking is the only insurance to not getting disrupted.
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