Jarrad Lawford 10 February - 2 min read
For all retail, supplier or wholesale businesses, there are plenty of ways you can take advantage of the days prior to and including V-Day.
No, you don’t have to be a florist or chocolate store to spike sales.
We’re not saying you play Michael Bublé songs in your store, or turn it into the set of Bold & The Beautiful by subtly turning on a smoke machine (any machine can be a smoke machine if you operate it badly enough, we view the glass half full here at Spenda).
The five-frisky tips below however, are the most common ways businesses have improved sales along with customer and staff experiences leading up to Valentines Day.
Valentines day tips for retailers, wholesalers & suppliers
1) Create Valentines Day Promotions
2) Make A Frisky V-Day Section Online/In-Store
3) Spoil Your Employees On V-Day
4) Be Romantic But Authentic
5) Create V-Day Partnership Opportunities
Enjoy these tips and your Valentines Day, you ridiculously good-looking thing.
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