Brick And Mortar Stores Vs. Virtual Stores

Brick And Mortar Stores Vs. Virtual Stores Avatar Posted by amabaie under Management
From http://smallbizcounseldaily.com 740 days ago
Made Hot by: mikehartman1 on May 14, 2013 8:34 pm
Many new business owners are wondering: “Is having a traditional brick and mortar store worth the trouble?” To provide some context, and make the decision-making process a bit less agonizing, here are some of the pros and cons of tangible brick institutions versus virtual business models.

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Written by fagbearing-china
740 days ago

No business today can afford to have only physical location.

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Written by AngelBiz
741 days ago

I think the best approach is to take the best of both worlds and have a brick & mortar store along with its online counterpart. No business today can afford to have only physical location. More and more commerce is migrating towards online. Physical store owners can take advantage of their location and offer customers service that their online counterparts cannot provide.



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