Retail Success Index

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I have an existing business

How well do you track employee KPIs? Do you make informed buying decisions? Do you look at online reviews?

I’m opening my first store

Will you offer services? Have you chosen suppliers? Is your business on Facebook?

What industry experts are saying

Nicole Reyhle

Understanding where your strengths and weaknesses are as a first step to reaching stronger store success is critical.

Craig Patterson

An excellent tool for independent businesses to quickly evaluate their overall operations and determine strengths as well as room for improvement.

Rich Kizer & Georganne Bender

Being a retailer these days isn’t easy; tools like this are invaluable to your success.

Marta Tryshak

The best 5 minutes of your day that can be spent towards business development.

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What is the Retail Success Index?

An industry validated retail test with detailed questions about inventory, sales, marketing, employee management, and data. It takes a few minutes to complete and generates an overall score as well as detailed results for each category.

Why should I take the test?

If you’re a retailer with an existing business, it’s an opportunity to find out what to keep doing and identify potential challenges. If your business isn’t where you thought it would be by now and you’re not sure why or you have a feeling your team could be more efficient, this will shed some light on best practices to adopt.

If you’re opening your first store, get started on the right foot. Take the test to see if you’re on the right track and ready to launch your new business, or to spark ideas on what you can do next to drive success.

What happens after I take it?

After you complete the test, you’ll receive an email with your score and a link to review your detailed results. Included in the detailed results are actionable tips on how to improve key areas of your business: inventory, sales, marketing, employee management, and data.