In this NAMM U session, Mark Maxwell of Maxwell's House of Music shares his vision for creating a memorable store design for little cost. Find out how he designed and merchandised his store for maximum "wow" factor and personality—and what it means to your own business. “If you create a place where people want to come to, you’ll be successful,” Maxwell says.
Are others using your ideas and affecting your profits? Are you looking for ways to maximize the value of your business? Whether you’re an artist, designer, manufacturer or person involved in building or managing a brand of products or services in the music industry, intellectual property rights are important. Knowing the basic principles of how IP rights are created and how they can be used can assist your growth and success.
Discover how some of the best-looking and most successful music stores in Nashville merchandise and design their showrooms—and what you can take away from their examples. Tim Spicer of Spicer’s Music moderated this panel discussion at 2017 Summer NAMM with the best of the best in Music City. They shared their most innovative and effective store design concepts and discussed how they made these ideas a reality.
At The 2017 NAMM Show, Kevin Cranley of Willis Music hosted a who’s who panel of music retailers, who weighed in on the biggest issues affecting business today. Panelists included Sammy Ash of Sam Ash Music, Cindy Cook of The Candyman Strings & Things, Pat Averwater of Amro Music, Whitney Brown Grisaffi of Ted Brown Music and George Quinlan Jr. of Quinlan & Fabish.
Don’t let your store look like yesterday! At this NAMM U session, Tim Pratt of Dietze Music shared effective and proven store design ideas you can do on a dime. Find out what he discovered while opening, designing and redesigning his stores, including how to remerchandise to get more sales from existing departments.
How the customers of tomorrow interact, engage and buy may look very different from what you see today. At The 2017 NAMM Show, award-winning marketing executive and author Larry Bailin hosted this NAMM U Breakfast Session to help NAMM members future-proof their businesses. Prepare for the customers of tomorrow by building better connections with the customers of today.
In this NAMM U session, Robert Christie of A&G Central Music discusses changes he’s made to his repair shop that have improved the customer experience and the bottom line. Get ideas on improving purchasing, inventory management, and selling repairs and maintenance agreements that can help your repair operation right away. Take control of your bottom line now.
What does it take to reach today’s connected customers? How do you create an experience, in-person and online, that exceeds expectations, drives sales and wows consumers? At this session from 2017 Summer NAMM, customer-experience expert Doug Fleener looked at how to make a business stand out in this age of unlimited choices and nonexistent attention spans. Watch the video.
At The 2017 NAMM Show, Tim Spicer of Spicer’s Music led NAMM Top 100 retailers in a session chock-full of innovative store-design ideas. These music retailers operate in vastly different locations and markets, and each one shared his unique vision to inspire fellow music retailers to get creative with store design.
Presented By Daniel Jobe, Leslie Faltin, Jeff Bertrand and Peter Sides
Want to grow your rental business and make it more profitable? In this NAMM U session, Daniel Jobe, music retail consultant of the CPA firm Friedman, Kannenberg & Co., led a dynamic panel of school music retail experts. They presented five essential strategies to grow your rental business and bottom line, covering everything from best practices in growing your rental program to creating rental customers for life to financing your rental infrastructure.