While customer demand is there, the daily challenges of running an Independent Bicycle Dealer (IBD) aren’t for the faint-hearted. Something as hard to predict as bad weather can have a huge impact on sales, not to mention rent that, in some areas, has skyrocketed. However, the beauty of the IBD market is its expertise that can’t be found at a super-store.
In this guide, we’ll cover the following topics:
- Understanding your supply chain
- Learning about your customers
- Finding ways to drive people into your shop
- & much more
Learn how to get ahead, get organized and find success on two wheels by downloading the full version of this guide.
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