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HOW TO GET INTO
RETAIL MERCHANDISING?
INSIDER TIPS

MOST FLEXIBLE JOBS
What is Retail Merchandising?
A merchandiser arranges shelf layout, counter cards, mobiles, point of
purchase displays, ev...
What is a merchandiser?
A merchandiser is a person that ensures that a product or promotional
product is in the right plac...
What is Retail Merchandising?
Stores Need Merchandiser?
Department Stores
Grocery Stores
Gas/Convenience Stores
Pet Supply Retailers
Computer Superstore...
Retail Merchandizing Duties
Straighten displays
Set up "cross-merchandising" displays (placing related products near each ...
How much can I make as a merchandiser?
Most companies though will pay anywhere between $8 and $15
an hour and as much as $...
Stores Need Merchandiser?
Department Stores
Grocery Stores
Gas/Convenience Stores
Pet Supply Retailers
Computer Superstore...
My Personal Story
I wore many hats in my past 20 years as a Self Employed Queen.
I have worked as store demonstrator, merc...
You’ve Come To The Right Place!
How to get a job with no work experience
Learn From Expert And Cut Short Your Learning Cur...
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  1. 1. HOW TO GET INTO RETAIL MERCHANDISING? INSIDER TIPS MOST FLEXIBLE JOBS
  2. 2. What is Retail Merchandising? A merchandiser arranges shelf layout, counter cards, mobiles, point of purchase displays, events, etc. A manufacturer's job is to make sure products are well-stocked and attractively displayed inside the retail store. Usually the merchandiser will have a weekly route and visit the stores they are responsible for servicing at least once a week, but this can fluctuate seasonally depending on the kinds of merchandising products.
  3. 3. What is a merchandiser? A merchandiser is a person that ensures that a product or promotional product is in the right place at the right time, and in the proper quantity and quality. Find out about the research that goes into merchandising with help from a marketing, public relations and sales management teacher in this free video on marketing jobs.
  4. 4. What is Retail Merchandising?
  5. 5. Stores Need Merchandiser? Department Stores Grocery Stores Gas/Convenience Stores Pet Supply Retailers Computer Superstores Mass Merchants Bank Branches Clothing Stores Toy Stores Music Stores Office Supply Stores Phone Service Retailers Drug Stores And many, many more!
  6. 6. Retail Merchandizing Duties Straighten displays Set up "cross-merchandising" displays (placing related products near each other to encourage impulse buys) Take inventory of what's on the shelves and in stock Replenish shelves from stock Assemble promotional displays, and replenish them Attach coupon displays Set up and demonstrate a products desirability, or taste Outdoor Sign and Banner Placement Brochure Placement Assemble Equipment/product-if needed Reorders Product Recalls Take an inventory count
  7. 7. How much can I make as a merchandiser? Most companies though will pay anywhere between $8 and $15 an hour and as much as $20 an hour for reset specialists. Great Part-Time Income
  8. 8. Stores Need Merchandiser? Department Stores Grocery Stores Gas/Convenience Stores Pet Supply Retailers Computer Superstores Mass Merchants Bank Branches Clothing Stores Toy Stores Music Stores Office Supply Stores Phone Service Retailers Drug Stores And many, many more!
  9. 9. My Personal Story I wore many hats in my past 20 years as a Self Employed Queen. I have worked as store demonstrator, merchandiser, mystery shopper, product evaluator, auditor, multi-level marketer and more. .. What drove me to do all above was based on my mission in life, live the way I want, rather than in a cubic. My rewards were abundant and the pay is good. I have the great privilege of picking and choosing: The type of jobs I want to do the work The locations The hours I got free meals, free clothing, free books, free drinks, free cookware. I got paid for audit banks, auto shops, doctor’s office, grocery stores, restaurant, etc.etc. Bottom line I dare to try and I have been rewarded with tons of freedom and great cash flow. Donna
  10. 10. You’ve Come To The Right Place! How to get a job with no work experience Learn From Expert And Cut Short Your Learning Curves!
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