One of the central tenets of success for retailing is communicating with customers. Perhaps that's obvious on its face, but let's consider the various ways in which communicating can pay off. Not only can retailers use customer communication to impart information about product, thereby boosting sales, but they can assume a voice of involvement with customers' concerns. That proactive approach is not just good business, but it can pay big dividends under challenging circumstances. For ...

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