Updating store technology retail

25-Oct-2019 15:21

As your in-store music provider we help you design your own radio station, featuring music from big-name recording artists and professionally produced commercials that feature your business.You can learn more about how In-Store music affects shoppers in our case study.Munroe had been volunteering at a local nonprofit thrift store for some 11 years, so she knew there was a ripe market for gently used clothing and equipment in the Austin area."I thought, 'Let's combine the resale and retail experience,'" says Munroe, who formed an LLC on November 30 and officially opened her doors on February 10, 2011; in the first six months of operation, she had already worked with 135 consigners to sell some 8,900 items to date.In other words, she was going to have to bankroll her startup costs."When it's your savings, it's a bit scary to take such a big risk," says Munroe, who had been putting aside money for years in anticipation of opening her own business someday.The space, which showcases Samsung’s leading TVs, audio and mobile devices, is designed to give customers the best possible shopping experience, allowing them to trial the products before they buy and view the technology in action.

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After spending 21 years as a market researcher, Munroe opened Little Green Beans, a consignment store in Austin, which specializes in children's clothing, toys, and accessories such as strollers and high chairs.