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RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Popping, Accent Lighting

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18 Sep 2012
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Based on a specific idea or the image of the store. Furniture is combined in room setting to give customers idea of how it look in their homes. Most co
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RMG 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Customer Experience, Risk Management, Human Capital

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10 Nov 2014
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Key to failure trying to please everyone. Retailing: set of business activities that adds value to the products and services sold to consumers for thei
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RYERSONRMG 200Brent BarrWinter

RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Floor Area (Building), Dubailand, Inventory Turnover

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18 Sep 2012
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RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Full-Time Equivalent, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management

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18 Sep 2012
29
Ch 13: human resource management and staff training issues. Retailers achieve their financial objectives by effectively managing their five critical as
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ch 2 part 1

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18 Sep 2012
26
The use of multiple channels to interact with customers. The growing importance of technology to retail success. The initial category specialists in to
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RYERSONRMG 200Brent BarrWinter

RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Census Geographic Units Of Canada, Bass Pro Shops, Shopping Mall

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18 Sep 2012
31
Ch 5: retail locations strategy trade area decisions and site assessment. Location can be used to develop a sustainable competitive advantage because l
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RYERSONRMG 200Brent BarrFall

RMG 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Stock Keeping Unit, North American Industry Classification System, Private Label

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10 Nov 2014
38
Retailers differ in terms of types of merchandise and services they offer, the nature of the retail mix, degree to which they emphasize services vs. Re
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RYERSONRMG 200Brent BarrWinter

RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Aisle, Personal Selling, Maximum Exposure

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18 Sep 2012
39
Ch 6: store design, layout, and visual merchandising strategy. Head moves 45 degree turn and foot leads into the retail space. Method for help customer
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RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Job Analysis, Customer Satisfaction, Training And Development

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18 Sep 2012
31
Sales people finding job challenging and fun. Retailers generally use three methods to motivate their employee"s activities. Most fundamental method of
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RYERSONRMG 200Brent BarrWinter

RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Vending Machine, Direct Selling, Pyramid Scheme

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18 Sep 2012
25
E-tailing, online retailing, internet retailing): a retail format in which the retailers communicate with customers and offer products and services for
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RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Human Resource Management, Job Scheduler, Glass Ceiling

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18 Sep 2012
30
Four human resource management activities that build commitment through developing partnering relationships with employees are: Through use of language
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RMG 200 Chapter Notes -Inventory Turnover, Inventory Control, Markdown

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18 Sep 2012
27
Retailers use two distinctive types of buying systems: a staple merchandise buying system for basics, a merchandise budget for fashion merchandise. Sta
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