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Martin M. Pegler and Anne Kong. This new edition of the best-selling text is for anyone working in and learning about the exciting industry of visual merchandising. Martin Pegler and new co-author Anne Kong FIT zero in on all aspects of visual merchandising and display, from classic techniques to the most avant-garde developments. Using hundreds of examples from around the world, this text reveals how retailers can optimize their image with their target marketing by adding interest to window and interior displays. New sections on branding have been added to select chapters to guide readers toward ways of incorporating this important topic into their visual merchandising strategy.
Once the clothes have been designed and manufactured, they need to be sold. But how are clothes to get from the manufacturer to the customer? The business of buying clothes from manufacturers and selling them to customers is known as retail. Retailers make initial purchases for resale three to six months before the customer is able to buy the clothes in-store. Successful fashion marketing depends on understanding consumer desire and responding with appropriate products.
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Skip to content My Bookshelf. It presents the basics of market economics, textiles, design, and promotion. It also offers a comprehensive study of retail fundamentals and strategies for retail success. It contains an extensive glossary that defi nes fashion, apparel, and related business terms used by industry professionals. The book describes the latest concepts of manufacturing, mass customization, and niche specialization stresses marketing as the basis for successful fashion merchandising activities that satisfy the changing consumer market explains new computer technologies, such as robotic manufacturing, automatic replenishment of fl oor-ready merchandise, and radio frequency identifi cation RFID describes new retail trends, including multichannel and Internet retailing discusses fashion industry globalization, business consolidation, and environmental issues gives details about the many career opportunities related to fashion and how to prepare for them, including entrepreneurship. It uses simple, direct language. Each chapter begins with learning objectives and ends with review materials to make learning more meaningful and enjoyable.
What is merchandising? Merchandising is the practice and process of displaying and selling products to customers. Whether digital or in-store, retailers use merchandising to influence customer intent and reach their sales goals. Note: For a more in-depth definition, see What is Merchandising? Establishing the right merchandising strategy can depend on a variety of factors, such as sector, product qualities, available space, and whether the retailer is displaying in a physical or digital store.