Small businesses across Stockton Borough are being offered an opportunity to enhance their entrepreneurial skills.
Starting on Monday 27 April, a series of ten free enterprise workshops are being held at Stockton Enterprise Arcade on Stockton High Street.
They will cover a whole range of topics from developing new sales channels and attracting new customers to business values, customer loyalty and stock management.
All of the workshops will be held between 5.30pm and 7pm once a week from end of April through to July.
Visit www.rediscoverstockton.co.uk/shopping/business-workshops to find out more or to book a place email [email protected] or call 01642 605198. Places are limited so booking is essential.
|Monday 27 April||Developing new sales channels – gives access to markets that suit your brand and business by implementing a strategy and a programme of execution that will increase turnover.|
|Tuesday 5 May||Attracting new customers – gaining new customers and opening new markets by completing a marketing plan that you can immediately implement.|
|Monday 18 May||Customer loyalty – adapt your business to gain maximum customer loyalty that will increase repeat business and ticket price.|
|Tuesday 26 May||Business values – what brand and company values mean to your business and how to implement a professional company image.|
|Monday 1 June||Merchandising – essential visual merchandising that gets your customers buying by using proven techniques including colour, lighting, texture and props.|
|Monday 8 June||Buying & Purchasing – making sure you are maximising your buying strategy/matching customer types to ranges and space.|
|Monday 15 June||Product Ranging - Identifying new ranges and improving margins by producing a product plan to improve market share.|
|Monday 22 June||Stock Management – Managing stock turn and maximising profits by implementing systems that give you total control.|
|Monday 29 June||Shrinkage – Managing decline and safeguard your profits by reviewing your premises by removing risk.|
|Monday 6 July||Security – Ensuring safety and reducing financial loss within your business by introducing procedures for staff and customers.