Millennials man your store while Boomers purchase your products. Don’t lose a sale because of their differences.
Millennials (whom we generally define as between ages 18 - 34 in 2016) are the most studied and talked about generation ever. How are they impacting your store?
Well for one thing they are the most frugal generation in a long time. Do you know how they should be selling to your Baby Boomers?
70% of disposable income is still controlled by the Baby Boomer generation. You can't treat them the same as the Millennial consumer who is more inclined to search and buy online due to price.
Millennials rarely have experienced what Baby Boomers believe makes for a compelling sales presentation. You'll need your team to effectively bridge the retail age gap -especially if you carry luxury or higher priced merchandise.
What are the values important to both age groups? What are the differences?
Join Bob as he compares the two generation groups and gives you tips how to effectively sell value with high customer service to the Baby Boomer generation.
There is no better or worse generation but each has been shaped by different events in their lives.
You know how to appeal to Millennials thanks in part to your Millennial-manned store. But do you know how to get the Baby Boomers to buy from them - today - at full-price?
Don't let a disconnect get in the way of your retail success. Bob will teach you how your Millennial retail team can cater to the needs of your Baby Boomer generation clientele.
Age differences between your retail sales team and your Boomer clients can sometimes mean a world of difference when it comes to closing a sale. But don't fret, with Bob's actionable expert retail consulting insights, you and your employees can bridge the age gap and win that sale!
This speech is for anyone looking to increase their conversion rates and a range of products or services that rely on human interaction to sell them.
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