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High Performance Retailing: A New Data Resource for Your Operation

High Performance Retailing invites you to build your business with data.

Launching within the pages of the September issue of Hardware Retailing magazine is High Performance Retailing, a quarterly data resource produced by the North American Retail Hardware Association and market research firm The Farnsworth Group.

High Performance Retailing is committed to helping independent home improvement retailers prosper by providing relevant, actionable data with each installment. The first installment explores the forces influencing U.S. home construction, strategies to grow closer to customers and the acquisition strategy of Gordon’s Ace Hardware and is now available online.

“To achieve higher revenue and greater profits, we believe it is critical to integrate up-to-date market information into your strategy planning and learn how your retail peers are finding new paths to profits,” says Jim Robisch, senior partner of The Farnsworth Group.

Facts, Figures, Future

Each quarterly installment of High Performance Retailing aims to give independent home improvement operators a broader view of the market conditions, emerging trends and shifting consumer preferences that shape the channel.

Featuring direct reports on advanced marketing tactics, interviews with retailers using new operational strategies to streamline their businesses and unique insight from home improvement industry analysts, each issue provides information to plan for success.

Subscribe Now to Receive the First Issue

Subscribe today to ensure you receive the first issue—which explores the many conditions affecting U.S. home construction rates, using digital strategies to grow closer to customers, new updates to Google Ads and much more.

About Todd Taber

Todd Taber
Todd is trends editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. He graduated from Indiana University where he majored in journalism and French. Throughout his career, he has aimed to highlight small businesses and their community value. He joined NRHA in 2017.

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