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retailing

the function of selling products to the ultimate buyers of those products. See RETAILER, DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL.
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He has brought his own insight both as a practitioner and teacher of retailing by juxtaposing theoretical and practical learning in every chapter of the book.
Uniquely positioned to cover all channels of retailing and the many ways of effectively reaching and engaging Hispanic shoppers - including advertising and marketing, customer service, store design, human resources, community giving, technology, store operations and more-Hispanic Retail 360 has been helping retailers maximize their business with the growing Hispanic market in the U.S.
The present scenario of retailing reveals that the sector is broadly un-organized.
Japan's Cabinet Office calculates that deregulation in telecoms, transport, energy, finance, and retailing were responsible for 4.6 percent of the country's GDP in 2002.
As the trade campaign got under way and the female workforce grew, authorities rationalized women's employment by constructing a new woman retail worker who carried out "revolutionary Bolshevik work." They identified "feminine" qualities with excellence in retailing. Highly valued attributes of the idealized new system of socialist trade that reportedly distinguished it from capitalist retailing and the already existing state-controlled system became coded as feminine.
Both recyclers and baler manufacturers remain interested in the selling or distribution points one step removed from retailing. Ken Korney, director of worldwide sales for International Baler Co., Jacksonville, Fla., notes that distribution centers that handle merchandize before it hits retailers and return centers that handle it afterward are also major generators of the OCC grade.
The Electronic Retailing Association (ERA; Washington, D.C.), which began the publication of association magazine Retail.org in October, has formed a partnership with Winterberry Group (New York) to launch ECOOL (Electronic Commerce Online Info Link), an online information database designed to provide association members with a resource on trends, business developments and related "dynamics" of the electronic retailing industry.
For Segal, all the retailing world's a stage, with him as an impresario.
The aging population will trigger a host of retailing innovations in the decade ahead.
"I think online retailing may have a little bit of an impact in retail across the board, but in the city, it'll have little impact," Zelnick said.