Retail Math
Tuition: Free  

Instructor: GlobalMindset

Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Registration Expiration: Unlimited

Code: xsrm0000

Average Student Review: (29)

This is a free course for retail managers on retail math.  Includes retail math lessons on: calculating trends and percent change, percent to total, sell off; estimating weeks of supply; calculating markup dollars, markup percent, markdown; and estimating profitability and profit.

Understanding retail math calcualtions enables retail managers to improve store performance. Improve your retail math skills today! Launch this free retail math course!

All Global Mindset courses are self-paced free training courses that are divided into short lessons with slide examples to illustrate issues clearly and in real-world settings. Plenty of practice situations, drag-and-drop interactive choices, and feedback allow you to engage the concepts and remain fairly active throughout.

This free course is made possible by the support of the following free retail math training sponsors:


Key Concepts:
Retail Math, Retail Maths, Business Math, Retail, Calculations, Math, Free Training, Free Courses

Course Appears in these Categories:
Business Skills >> Foundation Skills >> Basic Business Math Skills
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Most Recent Reviews

retail math , Wednesday, March 29, 2017
By dmacie - See all my reviews

I really enjoyed the course... funny helpful and easy to follow

Retail Math Course review , Friday, March 24, 2017
By Andrea219 - See all my reviews

Overall this was a pretty good course covering all the bases of skills one might need in a retail environment as a Buyer, Merchandise Manager or Sales professional.

The examples given were easy to understand.

Retail Math , Wednesday, December 28, 2016
By SnowyChristmas - See all my reviews

Thank you. This is a good course to get some of the basics for someone without retail math experience. I give it 4 stars.
Three things would have made the course fantastic:
1. Video with an instructor talking through the concepts
2. Showing the math to explain any wrong answers. There was one concept that I didn't master and telling me the answer is incorrect without providing the correct calculation is not helpful.
3. Taking maintained markup one step further and teaching gross margin, which was mentioned but not elaborated on.