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Running head: HOW TO IMPROVE STORE SALES 1 How To Improve Store Sales Information Technology Nur Fadhilah Abu Samah 13409514 James Cook University Pre-Foundation Program
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HOW TO IMPROVE STORE SALES 2 DATA ANALYSIS TO IMPROVE STORE SALES
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HOW TO IMPROVE STORE SALES 3 This document hopes to set out the major issues faced by Mr Brandon’s store. It aims to highlight the root causes of the issues and will lay out recommendations, based on proven theories, to help improve sales in the store. Contents Style For You
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HOW TO IMPROVE STORE SALES 4 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................... 5 Background ................................................................................................................................................. 5 Profit and Loss Table ................................................................................................................................... 6 Financial Data ............................................................................................................................................. 6 Sales ............................................................................................................................................................ 7 Sales by Brands ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Sales by Category .................................................................................................................................... 7 Survey ......................................................................................................................................................... 8 Market Survey Data 1 .............................................................................................................................. 8 Market Survey Data 2 .............................................................................................................................. 8 Market Survey Data 3 .............................................................................................................................. 9 Market Survey Data 4 .............................................................................................................................. 9 Market Survey Data 5 ............................................................................................................................ 10 Market Survey Data 6 ............................................................................................................................ 10 Survey Analysis ......................................................................................................................................... 11 Data Analysis ............................................................................................................................................. 12 Observation 1 ........................................................................................................................................ 12 Observation 2 ........................................................................................................................................ 13 Observation 3 ........................................................................................................................................ 14 Observation 4 ........................................................................................................................................ 15 Observation 5 ........................................................................................................................................ 16 Conclusion ................................................................................................................................................. 16 References ................................................................................................................................................. 17
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HOW TO IMPROVE STORE SALES 5 INTRODUCTION Mr. Brandon Store ( Style for You) has been operating for five years. He sells body and hair styling products. On average, he has possessed the capacity to pull in customers into the store and additionally to purchase things from the rack. As a sole proprietor, Mr Brandon monitors his business figures by means of Point-of-Sale (POS) machine which yield the information gather as a MS Excel organized record. He has possessed the capacity to order a year of information which he can't decipher because of him being the owner and administrator. also, outside of the shop for their perspectives by noting a straightforward six inquiry review containing different decisions. The length of the study went on for three months and the understudies gathered the perspectives from one thousand respondents. This massive amount of data was then entered into the same MS Excel spreadsheet. 'Style For You' store was engaed in as an expert by FDH to survey the information and to comprehend it. "Style For You' store was likewise entrusted with mentioning relevant objective facts and their possible root cause from the dataset as well as to make proposals that will at last help to drive deals and to enhance gainfulness for NFH.
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