Individuals who take advantage of this course find they learn how to define category targets, understand the shopper, increase sales and advance their career, MakingBusinessMatter.co.uk reports

Thame, Oxfordshire – August 23, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Category managers are stuck on the PowerPoint treadmill, surrounded by rooms of data and doing what others have previously done. This does not have to be the case with the help of Making Business Matter-Sticky Trainers to Suppliers of Supermarkets. With the help of the new Category Management Online Training course provided by this firm, category managers discover they can see the wood for the trees.

“This Category Management Training course makes use of a unique seven layer funnel created by our firm. With the help of this funnel, category managers follow a proven model to drive an increase in sales and profit of their category. Every layer consists of a weekly exercise designed to help the manager build his or her category plan. Doing so ultimately increases the number of opportunities they land with their supermarket. Become a Category Management Ninja, if you are brave enough!,” Darren A. Smith, Founder and CEO for Making Business Matter, explains.

Individuals outside of retail often don’t realize the importance of category management. However, category managers recognize their job may depend on how they meet certain goals set by their employer. A failure to meet turnover and/or profitability targets may lead to the manager being unemployed. For this reason, every person employed in this field needs to ensure they are informed regarding the latest techniques.

“With the help of Category Management e learning, individuals find they may advance their career. The average landing rate for a category manager is 27 percent, which means almost 75 percent of their efforts never reach store shelves. The course works to change this, and individuals who have taken part find their landing rate increases from 27 percent to 33 percent or more. Increased sales are always good, which is why every person in the industry should take advantage of this opportunity,” Smith continues.

The course addresses how to define targets and why is it important to understand the shopper. Furthermore, it covers knowing the supermarket and understanding how to take analysis and turn it into an opportunity. These are only a few of the many topics covered, and every category manager will learn something by taking part.

“Visit our site today to learn more about these courses. Thanks to the e-learning opportunities, individuals now have more options than ever before when it comes to increasing their knowledge base and advancing their career. We are here to help. Check us out today,” Smith recommends.

About Making Business Matter – Sticky Trainers to Suppliers of Supermarkets:

Making Business Matter-Sticky Trainers to Suppliers of Supermarkets is the soft skills training provider to the UK Grocery Industry, helping Suppliers to win more business. They choose this firm because of the money back guarantee, their relevant experience, and because they make their learning stick.

The problem suppliers face is that they are investing money in training but are not seeing a measurable return on investment. The Making Business Matter 5 level evaluation provides a ‘Chain of Evidence’ for each training course.

The trainers have worked on both sides of the fence and know the challenges of working with the UK supermarkets and being a supplier in a very demanding environment.

The unique training method, Sticky Learning® , ensures that the Learners are still using their new skill 5 months later and this is supported by a money back guarantee.

Contact Info:
Name: Darren A. Smith
Email: helpme@makingbusinessmatter.co.uk
Organization: Making Business Matter – Sticky Trainers to Suppliers of Supermarkets
Address: Making Business Matter, Sticky Learning House, 5 Cheshire Road, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 3LQ
Phone: 0333 247 2012

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