This tests your comprehension of the "Participative Selling for the Music Retailer" course. Good Luck!
Test your knowledge
Take your music lessons to the “next level” by adding exciting programs and new class offerings to what you’re already offering. Get some fantastic ideas about what other NAMM Members are doing to energize and expand their lesson programs. Join Pete Gamber and industry panelists Dom Famularo (Vic Firth, Mapex, Evans, Sabian), Donna Hall (New York School of Music), Dave Sebree (founder of Rock Camp USA) and Jeff Gastineau (Creative Ej Inc.) for this session.
When was the last time you updated your Web site? Last year? Last century? Unfortunately, Web sites get stale—fast! And worse, outdated sites drive potential and present customers away from your business. Is this happening to you? Want to make some changes?
Come to this session to see Amy Stewart of Stewart Design, Inc. point out what’s wrong with a model Web site. What turns visitors off? What prevents them from clicking through on the site? Amy will give you specific suggestions for improving your old Web site—today!
You’ve identified the product your customers want, you’ve stocked the shelves and you have a great sales team. But cash is still tight, supplier invoices are aging and we all know why—too much inventory. Even if you guess right most of the time, you’re still going to guess wrong some of the time. How do you fix these buying blunders? This session will teach you how to correct buying mistakes and control your level of inventory.
What is Gross Profit and how much should I be earning? Gross profit is a financial term referring to the direct result of sales performance and impacted by a few different variables. While the sales price you earn and related cost you pay for a particular product chiefly determine the gross profit you achieve, there are other related variables that determine the gross profit you are earning.