Introduction to inventory management — Part B
Focus on the most important items and how to describe them so they can be clearly recognised and compared. Find out how to better utilise photographs and videos and how to correctly amend or add items to an inventory report.
- What needs to be described and why
- Using meaningful clear language and descriptions
- What to look for at the check-out
- The use of photographs and video
- Amendments and additions to the inventory
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