Article originally posted on August 2nd 2019, read an excerpt below:

As a retailer, you have probably made hundreds, if not thousands, of decisions since the legalization of cannabis was announced. Where should I source my product? Where should I open my brick and mortar store(s)? What POS software should I use?

With all these decisions, you may not have had the time to take a step back and ask yourself: What is my target customer experience? Once you are up and running, have ironed out the bumps, confirmed customers are returning, and maybe even leveraged some customer data, it’s a great time to map out that target customer experience, commonly referred to as CX.

Read the full article on here.

By Published On: août 14th, 2019Categories: Business, Strategy1 CommentTags:

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  1. AffiliateLabz février 16, 2020 at 12:55 am - Reply

    Great content! Super high-quality! Keep it up! 🙂

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