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6 Tips To Help You Engage and Prepare For Gen Z In Retail

Generation Z or Gen Z as they are most commonly known are the newest consumers and workforce coming into the retail world.

They are having a massive impact on retail both from a customer perspective and also from an employment position as well. They have their own unique ways of working and are the most armed consumers around having a greater product knowledge than most store associates.

This SlideShare gives you 6 tips to help you and your businesses prepare for the next generation that is coming along.

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