Women in Business

3 Tips for Improving Your Grocery or Corner Store Business Business [Video]

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Suppose you own a grocery or corner store. In that case, you play a significant role in helping your community. Nonetheless, competing with big box stores is becoming an ever-greater challenge. If you’re looking for ways to save money and improve your firm’s performance, consider these tips.


Whether you own a new business or a small business of long standing, managing the overhead costs, employee training, and customer concerns takes a lot of work. Operating as a small business owner isn’t easy these days. Moreover, there are particular challenges for people who work in the food industry.

Faced with issues like rising food costs from suppliers, you may be scratching your head over higher costs than ever of running your business. You would probably appreciate new ways to improve your operations and cut costs.

Tip 1: Use Upgraded Technology in Your Grocery or …

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Challenges for Women Opening and Running Businesses in Cambodia & Vietnam [Video]

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