We want to see you!
Will you be at the Chicagoland Area Bicycle Dealers’ Association (CABDA) Expo? We will! Stop by our booth to learn how you can use Ascend to power your business.
CABDA Expo: The time is near and part of the team has already started their journey to the Land of Lincoln. On February 3rd and 4th, we’ll have a booth on the West end of the show floor at CABDA in St. Charles, IL.
Visit us to learn about how Ascend can help grow your retail business – whether you’re new to Ascend or a long-time user, we have answers to all your questions. If you’d like to ensure we’re available during a specific time, send an email to email@example.com with the subject CABDA Demo 16 to schedule a demo.
We’ll also be presenting each day during the Sales Clinics (from 1-1:45 pm) to show you how you can use the entire Ascend RMS software suite to its full capabilities. For more information on pricing and availability, please give us a call at 877 875 8663 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Marketing: Did you know that Ascend offers multiple ways for you to evaluate your women’s-specific sales values? According to the Boston Consulting Group, working women will experience an increase of about $6 trillion in earned income globally by 2018. Make sure you’re doing your part to earn their business.
To help, we’ve put together a few tools that should allow you better evaluate your performance. From our Women’s Marketing Customer Gender Review query to the Ascend Online Reports (AOR) Sales by Gender report to setting goals for sales to women in Ascend Analytics, we have everything you need to stay on top of the women’s marketing game.
Want a few quick tips? If you do nothing else, you should make sure to select every employee and customer’s gender (see Modify Users and The Customer Editor in our online help) for accurate reporting. Then, use the Customer Query tool (see Custom Reports: Customers in our online help) to refine your women’s marketing campaigns.
Once that’s done, click here to complete the Gender Data Capture module on Ascend University.Tags: CABDA, Gender, Marketing, Women