Some hints to get you started: How to take advantage of the latest changes in the way people shop
Inside Retail asked indie garden centres how they are tapping into the local community and attracting new customers with classes and events.
If you’re not using the internet to reach new customers, you’re limited to traditional marketing which excludes a large proportion of your potential customer base.
Many millennials feel about garden centres the same way garden centres feel about social media – that it’s unknown territory, a language they don’t speak, not for them.
To what extent have garden retailers taken advantage of the trend for house-plants that millennials of all ages have bought into with alacrity?
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