Merchandise coordinator/Selling specialist
- This is the person who drives sales by providing all necessary selling assistance, develops and maintains customer contact lists, educates other sales associates on the product, accompanies the buyer to showroom appointments, and assists in assortment planning. The other tasks of this function include maintaining and merchandising the store area on a regular basis, preparing and sending weekly selling reports, participating in the planning and execution of special events, providing timely consumer feedback to account executives, and maintaining timely markdowns.
Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry. Francesca Sterlacci and Joanne Arbuckle.
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