Retail Merchandiser

Retail Merchandisers ensure that products appear in the right store, or on a website, at the appropriate time and in the correct quantities. This involves working closely with the buying teams to accurately forecast trends, plan stock levels and monitor performance.  They work closely with company buyers to maximise profitability by predicting and monitoring sales trends and accurately controlling stock levels. Merchandisers play a key role within a company as profitability can be affected by how successfully they undertake their work.

Visual Medrchandiser

Visual Merchandisers do much more than simply dress mannequins. They're often the masterminds behind the intriguing window displays, elaborate holiday decorations and in-store displays in department stores, boutiques and other retail establishments.  

Display designers and visual merchandisers use their design skills to promote the image, products and services of businesses and other organisations. ... Visual merchandisers create window and in-store displays of goods for retail shops and department stores.

Retail Customer Service

Retail Customer Service helps customers efficiently, in a friendly manner. It's essential to be able to handle issues for customers and do your best to ensure they are satisfied. Providing good service is one of the most important things that can set your business apart from the others of its kind.  While there are many things that can affect the in-store experience (e.g. products, prices, store environment, etc.) customer service is always going to be one of the top factors that impact how shoppers perceive your brand

Retail Sales Assistant

Retail Sales Assistant typically work for retail companies and are responsible for liaising with customers in order to ensure a transaction goes smoothly. A sales assistant is expected to help customers choose between the company's array of goods and services, process payments and maintain a high level of customer service.  They are there to assist customers and make sure their shopping experience is enjoyable so they come back. A sales assistant helps create repeat business which in turn generates money for the business. They usually report to a retail manager or supervisor.

Retail Buyer

A Retail Buyer is responsible for planning and selecting a range of products to sell in retail outlets. The buyer must consider several factors when making purchasing decisions including customer demand, including price, quality and availability.

Buyers are the people who determine what products get to store shelves, in catalogues, and online. They do the footwork, the research and create the deals to buy large quantities of products for their companies, and then sell them to customers, or use them to create new materials that they then sell to customers.

E-Commerce Merchandiser

Merchandising is the art and science of displaying products or offers on a website with the goal of increasing sales. Understanding how some of America's top revenue-generating sellers merchandise online may help small and mid-sized businesses improve sales too.

Merchandisers ensure that products appear in the right store, or on a website, at the appropriate time and in the correct quantities. This involves working closely with the buying teams to accurately forecast trends, plan stock levels and monitor performance.

Retail Supervisor

The job role of a Retail Supervisor within the fashion industry involves being responsible for overseeing other employees, primarily sales staff and possibly other workers. Retail Supervisors carry out the requests of management in motivating, training and possibly disciplining employees


Manage retail staff, including cashiers and people working on the floor. Meet financial objectives by preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analysing variances; initiating corrective actions. Attend trade shows to identify new products and services.

Garment / Graphic designer

Garment / graphic Designer usually referred to as a fashion designer,  is someone who loves to study fashion trends, sketch designs, select materials, and have a part in all the production aspects of their designs. They contribute to the creation of millions, if not billions of pieces of clothing and accessories purchased by consumers on a yearly basis.

Tasks depend on the market the designer is working for, but core responsibilities include: creating or visualising an idea and producing a design by hand or using computer-aided design (CAD) keeping up to date with emerging fashion trends as well as general trends relating to fabrics, colours and shapes.

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