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An Overview of Merchandiser and Merchandising in Garment


Industry
Harshani Wijendra
Sri Lanka Institute of Textile & Apparel Technology (SLITA)
Email: harshani_bipasha@yahoo.com

Introduction:
In the broadest sense, merchandising is any practice which contributes to the sale of products to a retail
consumer. At a retail in-store level, merchandising refers to the variety of products available for sale and
the display of those products in such a way that it stimulates interest and entices customers to make a
purchase.

In retail commerce, visual display merchandising means merchandise sales using product design,
selection, packaging, pricing, and display that stimulates consumers to spend more. This includes
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disciplines and discounting, physical presentation of products and displays, and the decisions about
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Definition for Merchandising:
“The activity of promoting the sale of goods, especially by their presentation in retail outlets.” Join Us:
In the broadest sense, merchandising is any practice which contributes to the sale of products to a
retail consumer. At a retail in-store level, merchandising refers to the variety of products available for Sponsored
sale and the display of those products in such a way that it stimulates interest and entices customers to
make a purchase. In retail commerce, visual display merchandising means merchandise sales using
product design, selection, packaging, pricing, and display that stimulates consumers to spend more.
This includes disciplines and discounting, physical presentation of products and displays, and the
decisions about which products should be presented to which customers at what time.
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In Eastern Europe, particularly in Russia, the term “merchandising” is commonly used within the
trading industry and denotes all marketing and sales stimulation activities around PoS (point of sale): Process Flow Chart of Garments
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design, creation, promotion, care and training of the sales staff. A merchandiser is someone who is
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departments within the organization, suppliers and buyers to deal with timely deadlines and accepted
quality levels.
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Merchandiser Responsibilities: Manufacturers Company


The person who is related in merchandising is called merchandiser. The merchandiser coordinates
with the design team to effectively present the product or product line. He or she develops colors and Brand Promotion Marketing
specifications, and performs market research to determine the most effective ways to sell and promote
the product. This person needs strong communication and negotiation skills and visual and analytical Retail Store Sales
abilities. He or she also needs to be a creative and innovative thinker. He should plan the activities to
execute and dispatch the merchandise on time taking into consideration the 4 R’s of expediting Right Manufacturing Product
Quantity, Right Quality, Right Cost & Right Time.
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1. Right Quantity: To dispatch right quantity of product what buyer ordered?
2. Right Quality: It should be with right quality as accepted both parties.
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Planning Capability: Merchandiser should be capable of planning, based on the planning the order is Microfiber
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Communication Skill: The communication is very much important to promote the business activity. Pretreatment Printing
The merchandiser should remember that communication must be lurid and should having face to face
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Loyalty: Loyalty is an essential character of human beings. Especially for the business people like Report
merchandiser it is a must.
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Knowledge about the field: Merchandiser should have adequate knowledge about the garments, Safety Textile
Computer knowledge, and technical knowledge to communicate with different people in the business is
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a must.
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Co-ordinate & Co-operate: Merchandiser is the person who is actually co-ordinate with the number of Sizing
departments. To Co-ordinate with different people in the industry he should be co- operative.
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Monitoring ability: Merchandiser should monitor to expedite the orders. Special Fabric

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Other qualities: Education, Experience, Situational Management, Ability to Evaluate, Dedication,
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Why Merchandising?
“The difference between marketing and merchandising is evident. One is an extension of the other. Testing M/C Textile News
When one markets an item it is being offered for sale; when one merchandises that product, it is
spotlighted, promoted, and enhanced to eventuate the fruition of the initial goal of the marketing of that
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“Advertising moves people toward goods; merchandising moves goods toward people.”
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As in the above sayings by Mr. Morris who is an Author & by Mr.M.Hite who is Morris Hite was a classic Wet process Winding Wool Yarn
American advertising man, self-educated and self-made, nowadays a merchandiser’s role is very
important. Without a merchandising strategy, products on the store shelf are left to fend for themselves
among a sea of competing products. With the help of a carefully formulated merchandising strategy,
retail marketers can highlight the unique value and benefits of a featured brand to attain the status of a
category leader.

Why Merchandising is a important part of the marketing plan, and should have a reasonable budget
allocated - even for a retailer operating on a shoestring. In today's competitive retail environment a
retailer cannot afford to consider merchandising as a 'frill'. Everyone is competing for the customers'
dollar. There are more choices out there for consumers than ever before. So the competition in the
market is more than years before. Therefore Merchandising plays a good role in the role of marketing.

The Roll of a Merchandiser……..


Is a massive, contrast with many responsibilities & working performances. Think of it this way, a product
is manufactured and then sold to the public. Manufacturers are the ones who physically make the
products that will be later sold. Merchandisers or Retailers are the ones who buy those manufactured
products and sell them to their customers. Merchandisers are the middle man between the buyer and
manufacturer... buyer wants to the product to produce and select the raw material of the cost of product.
Totally all work to be carried and handle the only one person.

Typically, the role of a divisional merchandise manager, immaterial of the size of the retail organization,
would involve the following functions:

1) Forecasting sales for the forthcoming budget period: This involves estimating consumer demand and
the impact of changes in the retail environment.

2) Translating the sales forecast into inventory levels in terms of rupees. To do this effectively, the DMM
needs to understands and provide for the inventory levels that would be needed to achieve of sales

3) Inspiring commitment and performance on the part of the merchandisers and buyers: Typically, as
divisional merchandise managers are senior within the organization, it is believed that they can guide
the merchandisers in terms of vendor selection, merchandise lines that can be developed and future
trends.

4) Assessing not only the merchandise performance but also the buyer’s performance in order to
provide control and maintain high performance results.

The roles of a merchandiser may differ from organization to organization. This article will give you an
idea how a merchandiser work in the industry.

The Merchandiser usually works with all departments in a company--- management, design, sourcing,
production and sales to make sure the finished product is executed correctly and on time. The
merchandiser should have enough knowledge for determining the target population, researching the
market for current trends and predicting future trends. Merchandisers works with management and
sales to develop a line plan and makes sales projections for each season. The merchandising
department also supervises the creation of selling aids i.e. salesman samples, swatch booklets, colour
cards etc. In few companies the Merchandiser is required to give presentations to the sales force to
familiarize them with the concepts of the line to help them pitch to retailers. In a large company a
merchandiser or design director will head up this area with the help of one or more assistants. In a small
company, the owner or designer will see to these responsibilities.
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