Retail Math
Tuition: Free  

Instructor: GlobalMindset

Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Registration Expiration: Unlimited

Code: xsrm0000

Average Student Review: (25)

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

Excellent Retail Maths , Thursday, April 07, 2016
By vikramdhal06 - See all my reviews

A good course to understand the retail maths in retail operations

Retail Math , Friday, October 30, 2015
By adeeln - See all my reviews

Very handy, easy and informative.

A good bit of information. , Thursday, June 19, 2014
By jfranco - See all my reviews

There was a good bit of information in this course. At times the information was contradictory, although this really seemed to be the result of poor editing rather than real misinformation. As other reviews have indicated, at a few points the 'exercises' to the right did not mirror the text, and in a few cases led to wrong answers because the system expected an incorrect answer! However, this was really minor in the grand scheme of the course. Some of the formulas could have been simplified with a bit of algebraic manipulation (particularly the markdown and markup formulas), but perhaps some people like to work in multiple steps. Overall, the course was worthwhile to me, someone skilled in mathematics but lacking in business and retail knowledge.