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My Portfolio

  1. 1. Written Portfolio <br />Britney Sweeney <br />
  2. 2. Britney Sweeney<br />1369 Hyde St. #17<br />San Francisco, CA 94111<br />(530) 321-8225<br />Britney.Sweeney@gmail.com<br /> <br />To Whom It May Concern:<br />After my many years of working directly with people in diverse professional settings, I am seeking to leverage my experience in a corporate service position at the San Francisco location. For this reason, I was excited to learn that your company is currently seeking merchandising positions, and would very much like to be considered as a strong candidate.<br />Ideally, this position will allow me the opportunity to utilize my experience gained as a sale associate and cashier along with my education background in Merchandise Marketing. In this capacity, I was responsible to help all customers with their purchases and be knowledgeable with all the different styles and looks that are displayed on the floor. Additional experience includes working with customers in the restaurant industry, banking environment and, currently as a full-time sales associate that is in the retail environment.<br />Much of my experience is transferable, specifically in the areas of sales and customer service support; however, I look forward to learning about the goals and aspects your company has to offer. I am confident that my experience and personable disposition would be as asset to your company.<br />For your convenience, I have attached my resume for your review. I would welcome the opportunity to participate in a personal interview to answer any of your questions and better present my qualifications. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you soon.<br />Sincerely,<br /> <br />Britney Sweeney<br /> <br /> <br />
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  4. 4. Letters of Recommendation <br />
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  7. 7. Merchandise Marketing Strategies<br />Math/Buying<br />Merchandise<br />Marketing<br />Management <br />
  8. 8. Math/Buying<br />The buying strategies are the analytical process that train in the planning, purchasing and allocation of merchandise, along with the technical knowledge required by today's fashion leaders <br />
  9. 9. The following two slides show:<br /><ul><li>Department Analysis Worksheet
  10. 10. Six-Month Dollar Plan
  11. 11. Open to Buy
  12. 12. Operating Statement
  13. 13. These worksheets are from my Merchandise Planning and Control class where I analyzed the merchandise at Madewell and focused primarily on their Denim Bar. The charts that are completed are based on the distribution of each class and size. From there, I created a plan to calculate the open to buy from each months BOM and Plan. </li></li></ul><li>

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