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3 Free Tools to Streamline Your Back Office

3 Free Tools to Streamline Your Back Office

There is an ancient Chinese proverb that says: “To say is to forget. To write is to remember…”

4 Strategies for Competing with the Juggernauts

4 Strategies for Competing with the Juggernauts

Brick-and-Mortar is changing faster than most stores can handle. Competition from giants like Amazon and Ebay have been humbling even the most iconic brands. And yet, small and medium local businesses are still competing more vigorously than ever before...

3 Simple Strategies for Employee Accountability

3 Simple Strategies for Employee Accountability

It’s that time of year again! The days are getting shorter, the air is getting colder, and the in-laws are hunting for bargains on airfare. The holidays are upon us and that means it’s retail’s time to shine! - or at least brace. Here are a few stocking-stuffers to help you maintain firm control even during the busiest times...

Why Managing Your Inventory Can Be Romantic

Why Managing Your Inventory Can Be Romantic

Ok, hear me out. I know counting shelves upon shelves of items isn’t super romantic. Even over here at Shopventory, as much as we love good inventory management, we don’t think it makes the world go round. But we do know that less time and money wrapped up in inventory means more time and money for other things ...

The Myths of Small Business Growth

The Myths of Small Business Growth

Here at Shopventory, we work with thousands of merchants all over the globe, so we figured it's about time to address the myths about small-business growth and offer some of our own insights into the best ways to grow. 

Inventory Management Macgyver: Getting Creative With Your Tools

For those of you too young to remember, MacGyver was an incredibly cheesy 80's action TV show about a man who used everyday items to create tools to get him out of the sticky situations in which he'd constantly manage to find himself. He would always find a way to take the tools he was given and make it work. It was farfetched to say the least, but I guarantee you'll never be able to look at a paper clip the same way again...