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The Edge Retail Academy Launches Tiered Business Academy Programs

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(Press Release) The Edge Retail Academy, an Omaha, NE-based retail jewelry consulting company, is launching its new Business Academy services in time for the spring 2017 selling season. The new highly customized, itemized consulting service plan identifies key challenges and areas of improvement for a given retailer and then aligns that retailer with ERA Business Advisors who have expertise and experience in that particular area.

Starting at $695 per month, with no contractual commitment, a retailer can gain access to a wide variety of itemized services that relate to the store’s goals and objectives.

The program offerings are tiered based on the retailer’s budget. Retailers participating in the Business Academy program also gain free entry to the ERA/Edge two-day educational conference.

“We are excited to bring our clients these dynamic new business solutions in an evolving and rapidly changing retail market,” said David Brown, president of The Edge Retail Academy. “Let’s face it – retail strategies from just a few years ago are no longer working, just as today’s effective strategies will not work in two years’ time. I am proud to offer highly customized, cutting edge tools that lead to constant and continual improvement for our clients.”

Categorized by Silver, Gold and Platinum levels, the new Business Academy Program offers services from customized sales plans and business development programs to analysis of sales performance and recruiting, as well as inventory strategies and retirement/succession planning. Each participating retailer can customize the ERA services based on their specific challenges and their commitment level. In addition, each client receives consulting, training and/or assistance in the specified area from an ERA Business advisor with expertise in that field.

“I am so pleased that The Edge Retail Academy has an updated menu of services in their Business Academy,” said Dan Levinson of Ellis Jewelers in Concord, NC. “I can now work one on one with any of their Business Advisors, based on their specialty and my store’s specific needs. And the best part is it’s included in my monthly Business Academy fee. These added services make my monthly membership an even greater value and will prove highly effective in helping my team reach its goals more efficiently.”

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For more information, visit www.edgeretailacademy.com. To schedule an appointment or consultation during the the IJO Show from Feb. 17-20, contact Becka Johnson Kibby at [email protected] or 714-925- 2456.

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