10 strategies to sell excess inventory

They say you can’t have too much of a good thing. But when you have excess inventory that you can’t seem to sell, you’ll probably beg to differ.

One of the most important (and challenging) duties of small business ownership is effectively managing inventory. Managing inventory is a delicate balancing act. You want enough inventory to fulfill all of your orders but not so much that you can’t sell it all.

The costs of carrying excess inventory can be huge, potentially costing businesses millions each year.

 

On the other hand, data science-based inventory forecasting techniques may save 10-20{2a3e680f1439d15db2efa1f6e7ed882a5847e72ec9baddde754e69dd847cc2fd} on inventory costs every year, even if you operate on a purely make-to-order model.

Properly managing inventory is one key to small business success, evidenced by the fact that companies with low inventory and high turnover outperform those with high inventory and low turnover.

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5 tips to build better teacher websites

Tech is becoming a big part of our daily lives. The education space is no different, and teacher websites are becoming popular bridges for communicating with students, whether you see them in a brick-and-mortar classroom or a virtual one.

Whether it’s online classes, laptops in the classroom or multimedia-based lessons, the ways we teach and learn are continuously evolving. This is a lesson that the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly made clear to educators nationwide.

A website is your learning hub as a modern-day educator.

 

Luckily, several tools can greatly improve or help you build your website, without having to learn any new technical skills.

Whether you’re a full-time teacher looking for a better way to deliver course materials or a part-time tutor who’s trying to build up your side hustle, this article can help.

Below you’ll learn why every modern educator today needs a website, along with five tips … Read more

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