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Startegies of Retailing

Startegies of Retailing



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Published by Dheeraja Raj
this project talks about the strategies involved in retailing
this project talks about the strategies involved in retailing

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Published by: Dheeraja Raj on Aug 16, 2009
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Introduction toretailing
consists of thesaleof goods ormerchandise from a fixed location, such as adepartment storeorkiosk, or by post, in small or individual lots for directconsumptionbythe purchaser. Retailing may includesubordinated services, such as delivery.Purchasers may be individuals or businesses.Incommerce, a
buys goods orproductsin large quantities frommanufacturersorimporters, either directly or through awholesaler, and then sells smallerquantities to the end-user. Retailestablishments are often called shops orstores. Retailers are at the end of thesupplychain. Manufacturingmarketerssee the process of retailing as a necessary part of their overalldistributionstrategy.
It means a
ll the activities involved in sellinggoods & services directly to final consumer forpersonal, non-business use.
Shops may be on residential streets, shoppingstreets with few or no houses, or in ashopping centeror mall. Shopping streetsmay be forpedestriansonly. Sometimes ashopping street has a partial or fullroof toprotect customers fromprecipitation. Onlineretailing, also referred to asB2Ctype of e- commerce, andmail orderare forms of non- shop retailing.Shoppinggenerally refers to the act of buying  products. Sometimes this is done to obtainnecessities such as food and clothing;sometimes it is done as arecreationalactivity.Recreational shopping often involves windowshopping (just looking, not buying) andbrowsing and does not always result in apurchase.
Nature of Retailing
Retailing includes
transactions in which thebuyer intends to consume.A Retailer:Must derive more than 1/2 of their sales fromthe ultimate consumer of the product to beclassified a retailer (less than 1/2, then theyare awholesaler).

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