Monthly Archives: February 2010


Five minute merchandising: before and after

Many retailers don’t have someone like me on staff and wait for the ‘big’ moments, like floorset or seasonal changes to merchandise. Try not to forget that simple changes can make a big difference in not only freshening up inventory, … Continue reading

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Mark down tips

Many retailers are hesitant to mark down their merchandise, worried that they will lose money or concerned that their customers will ignore their full-priced merchandise in favor of a ‘deal.’ Other retailers might decide to mark down items and then … Continue reading

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Window Shopping at the Natick Collection

I went window shopping yesterday, looking for displays that weren’t necessarily the most innovative or trend-setting, but that caught my attention for one reason or another. You don’t have to be Juicy Couture to have fun with a holiday theme, … Continue reading

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Utilizing your silent salesperson

Payroll might be slim at many retailers, but there is a salesperson you can utilize at minimal cost, 24/7: your visual merchandising! Any visual specialist knows that one of the best measures of his/her work is what happens to the … Continue reading

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Outdoor retailer merchandising tours link

Check out this site for ‘visual’ tips on merchandising!

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