Traffic Count & Conversion Rate Webinar

Mark-Ryski-Head-Shot-2013_webPotential customers visit your store everyday and leave without making a purchase.

How do these lost sales negatively impact your bottom line?

If you don't measure traffic or calculate conversion rate in your stores today, simply put, you are missing an important sales opportunity and are potentially being left behind by the rapidly changing retail industry.

Getting your store to capture even a few more of these lost sales can have a significant impact on your business. Improving your in-store conversion rate is not hard to do, but it does take focus and attention – retail traffic and conversion expert Mark Ryski has tools to help proactive Trek retailers take advantage of this opportunity.

In this exclusive seminar presented by Harvest Retail Marketing, Mark Ryski will share valuable insights on retail traffic that have worked for his clients like Foot Locker, Yankee Candle, Office Depot and more..

Mark’s presentation will focus on the unique opportunities and challenges of the Bicycle retail category and include actual data from ten Trek retail locations, so the content will be relevant and applicable.

Attend Harvest's exclusive webinar to help you improve your business.

 

How to Use Traffic Count & Conversion Rate to Grow Your Sales
Featuring Mark Ryski Nationally recognized author and retail expert

Tuesday, July 2, 2013
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)

Eventbrite - How to Use Traffic Count & Conversion Rate to Grow Your Sales

 

About the Presenter
Mark Ryski is author of Conversion: The Last Great Retail Metric and When Retail Customers Count. He is also the Founder and President of HeadCount Corporation, a leading business analytics firm working with retailers across North America including Lululemon, Adidas, Harley-Davidson, Levi's, The Home Depot, Lush, Neiman Marcus, Reebok, Sears, Hallmark, Staples and more.

About The Author

Ryan Atkinson

Ryan Atkinson

Ryan is a proven marketing professional who entered the cycling industry in 1994.