merchandiser


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a person engaged in buying and selling

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Two models of the countertop merchandisers are available, the CIC-23 and the CIF-23, which measure 2.3 and 1.6 cubic feet, respectively.
- In addition to this, the retail and the food and beverages industry is seeking for attractive marketing techniques such as setup of displays and sample for promoting the products, which is also fueling the demand for glass door merchandiser.
Mobile merchandisers also play a key role in merchandising holiday items at Raley's Family of Fine Stores, in West Sacramento, Calif.
THE TRAINING A degree isn't required to work as a visual merchandiser but a further education qualification in a relevant discipline could help your career prospects.
* INTERIOR MERCHANDISERS: Source Francaise, Oregon House, and Jiun Ho Inc., San Francisco
Agarwal added that the step to bring in a third party merchandiser was a joint decision; "this Christmas, following feedback from our publishers themselves, it was suggested that outside agencies could be brought in to support our stores in merchandising the book displays."
The revamped BLG offers T8 high output electronic lighting inside the merchandiser, yielding approximately 50% energy savings over the previous model.
CAUSE Hungry for a good deal, many people have traded in the customer service they get at specialty stores for "bargains" at mass merchandisers
The Specialty Products Division of Hussmann, a unit of Ingersoll-Rand, has developed a special low-temp, case-front merchandiser, the FMSS-L.
Last summer, KB Toys, a more conventional toy merchandiser with a far less visible online presence, put up $54 million to buy its defunct competitor's assets.
Phase 1, released today includes detailed company reports on 270 top retailers in the Food/Grocery, Chain Drug, Specialty Hard and Soft Goods, Department Stores, and Mass Merchandiser segments.
and Dave Plank, "Biotech PR blitz" and "Organic acres up, GMO acres down," Natural Foods Merchandiser, May 2000.
Two-hundred and twenty-nine interviews were conducted to assess cross-shopping for apparel products between nine different formats (department, speciality, mass merchandiser, discount, mail order, off-price, manufacturers' outlets, warehouse clubs, and used clothing stores).
Under either organizational structure, supervisors should ride with merchandisers and be held accountable for merchandiser's performance.
In this example it may be obvious that, while XYZ may be turning an overall profit, the mass merchandiser side of XYZ's business should be making a greater contribution to profit than the specialty store component; after all, it's driven by a high revenue base and the low cost of selling and distribution.