Startup Business Best Practices: Part II
To help continue with business requirements, the Archery Trade Association compiled some business “best practices” for your archery shop.
6 Elements of a Good Archery Photo
When choosing new images for your website, consider these six elements of a good archery photo: size, background, expression, depth of field, storytelling, and rule of thirds.
MAP: What is it? Why Does it Exist?
MAP – minimum advertised pricing – policies help retailers stay in tune with the market and margin expectations. If you understand and follow a manufacturer’s MAP policy, you’ll be better positioned to make more money and run a successful business.
Ransomware: Is My Archery Shop’s Data Safe?
Thousands of small-business owners lose vital information each year to computer viruses and hackers. Protect your computers with these tips.
Retailers: Get ATA ePRO, an All-in-One Software Package that Boosts Your Business
ATA ePRO helps retailers track work orders, integrate all store operations, and make more money from their ranges. Plus, it’s easy and intuitive to learn.
I Want to Open My Own Archery Shop. But How?
Looking to turn your passion for archery into a business? Use these business “best practices” to get started and reach more customers for archery and bowhunting.