OIA Outdoor University: Improving Your Bottom Line

Improving Your Bottom Line will emphasize two essential concepts: "Planning Profits First" and "Setting Profit Priorities" and Webinar attendees will be given specific targets and a road map for reaching those targets.
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Using the results of the newly published OIA Retail Financial Performance Report, this webinar will demonstrate how you can improve your bottom line while lowering your investments.

By understanding every financial aspect of your business, including sales, gross margin, expenses, inventory and accounts receivable, you can improve your financial results not just by a little, but by a lot.

Improving Your Bottom Line will emphasize two essential concepts: "Planning Profits First" and "Setting Profit Priorities" and Webinar attendees will be given specific targets and a road map for reaching those targets.

Outdoor University, an affiliate of the SNEWS Retail College, programs are free to all OIA members and SNEWS Retail College subscribers and $99 otherwise. To view the recorded Improving Your Bottom Line Webinar, please click here.

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