Retail Store Manager Jobs in Lockport, NY

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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...

Channel Management and Retailing
Understand how channel management and retailing can improve performance in your business. Nowadays, a distribution strategy is part of the DNA of many companies and a correct channel management is...

Retail Store Operations and Store Management
This course is exclusively designed and prepared for those people who are interested in setting up a retail store. After the end of this course the reader will be able to understand Various...

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