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Boost Sales in Your Store with These Tips

Boost Sales in Your Store with These Tips

Whenever consumers see something new, they have the urge to learn more. Most likely there is a voice in their head saying, “I gotta have it.” This is probably happening with your customers all the time. Check out our latest infographic for tips to boost your sales.

Did your store close for the semester?

Did your store close for the semester?

It happened. Thanksgiving came and went, and your school is one of many that asked students not to return to campus after the holidays to prevent the spread of COVID. Never in a million years did you think you’d find your store in the position of having to close your store early for in-store business. … Continue reading

Helping Students Adjust to Campus Living

Helping Students Adjust to Campus Living

Transitioning to college and living on your own can be intimidating for college freshmen. Many students have relied on their parents to make meals, wake them up, and create their schedule. Now students must figure ‘Adulting’ out on their own. On top of trying to figure out how to take care of themselves, students likely … Continue reading

Tech Talk: Qi Standard Wireless Charging Explained

Tech Talk: Qi Standard Wireless Charging Explained

Wireless charging is becoming more widespread as consumers upgrade their technology. You’ve probably heard of Qi standard wireless charging but might be confused about what exactly it is. Let’s dive into Qi standard. First off, did you know Qi is pronounced “Chee”? That’s right! This standard derived from the Chinese word meaning air, material energy, … Continue reading

2020 Back-to-School Spending Trends

2020 Back-to-School Spending Trends

Even with the uncertainty of returning to campus and the possibility of students taking the year off, college spending is expected to increase according to National Retail Federation. While back-to-school spending is expected to increase, NRF is anticipating consumers will shop at fewer places. It’s estimated that students and families will spend $1,059.20 on average … Continue reading