Are you the type of Retailer we are looking for?
As a retailer myself I understand the perspective of a retailer. I would'nt trade it for any other occupation. You have total freedom to succeed for fail. With the freedom to decide ooooooooooGranted retailing is hard work, especially
the many hours, days, including holidays and weekends spent minding the store. today with a myriad of products to choose from. Decisions on what items would appeal to consumers customers, especially people are concerned
about their health. Balance between addicting junk food and healthy foods is always a two-edged sword. Quick money vs. not a money maker but healthy. There two kinds of retailers, active and passive. Retailers who,
upon reflection, see the products in their store, realize, they are commodity sellers. There are no products where they can exercise 'risk taking' with their customers. Why is it important? Rating, reviews, self-esteem,
self-worth, and yes, the downside, rejection too.