David Geller tells you how to deal with inventory, safely take in customer jewelry and promote your services during the pandemic.
Charging more to every customer helps pay for damages that your store covers.
In today’s business climate, doing things the old way will kill your store.
Don’t wait to be asked for permission.
Charge more, then pay more to solve your problems.
How to offer — and not offer — customer service was one of the lessons.
Decide what you need before you hire your next salesperson.
Make sure you pay your workhorses right.
Remember: No matter what you charge, you’ll have a 90 percent closing ratio.
Charging for this service can have a dramatic impact on your business.
Address each of these areas and you'll see improvement.
This action will increase your watch repair sales, profits and closing ratios.
This is one investment that almost always pays off.
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