Retail Store Manager Jobs in Longmont, CO

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compensation: Salary Plus Commission 50K - 90K depending on performance employment type: full-time We are looking for an automotive store manager/sales position at an automotive repair shop in Longmont...
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Retail Store Manager Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Retail Fundamentals
In this course, part of the Retail Management Professional Certificate program, you will learn the four key components of the retail business: Demand forecasting, Inventory management Assortment...

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Understand how digital technology is changing retail

Digital technology is transforming the world of retail. You’ll learn about the impact of this transformation, from data transforming...


Introduction to Data Analytics for Managers
Through a combination of lectures, business case studies, and hands-on learning this course provides an introduction to data analytics techniques and their application in business. The case...

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