Selling in-person is an opportunity for you to connect with customers and grow your business — and more merchants are realizing the potential of retail. But managing a physical store comes with its own unique challenges. From navigating product returns to training staff to providing a seamless selling experience, selling in-person requires you to juggle a number of tasks at once.
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Here at Shopify, we’re committed to offering merchants the freedom and flexibility to sell anywhere — both online and in your store. That’s why we’re giving retail merchants the advanced tools they need to power their physical stores at a better price.
Finding the right tools to power your store can be an intimidating prospect.
But thanks to Shopify’s latest partnership with Google and Nest, merchants in the U.S. and Canada can get a range of new high-tech tools to make selling in person easier than ever.
Whether you're selling coffee at your bookstore or spa services at your beauty shop, tipping is likely an important part of your business. That’s why we’re announcing Tips for Shopify POS, a new feature that makes it simple for merchants to accept tips with any Shopify card reader.
As many retailers reading right now can likely attest, the sector is shifting in seismic ways. Some brands are going bust while others are blossoming. That’s because, rather than undergoing an apocalypse, the industry is experiencing a renaissance. Railroads and the rise of cities spawned department stores, and later the invention of automobiles led to sprawling shopping malls, pushing the likes of Woolworths and Marshall Field’s into extinction. And a similar shift is happening now.
We’ve all seen the doom-and-gloom headlines as big-name stores shutter and thousands of workers find themselves without jobs. While some retail brands are sputtering, all the hype around the “retail apocalypse” is just that: hype. Physical retail isn’t dying, but retail as we know it is shifting beneath our feet. But with the torrent of news, it’s challenging to separate signal from noise.