The club, located just outside Manchester, New Hampshire, is rich in history and proudly managed by Troon. The Merchandise Manager ensures merchandising priorities, strategies and tactics are aligned with the standards of Manchester Country Club and follow the established merchandise plan.
Balance involves the equilibrium and weight of elements between two sides of a display. Two types of balance include traditional or symmetrical balance and Informal or asymmetrical balance.
Traditional or symmetrical Balance is large on one side and large on the other.
This can be effective where expensive and quality merchandise is being presented. Informal or asymmetrical balance creates flow or rhythm and a feeling of excitement. The two sides of the display appear to be of equal weight, but they are not replicas of each other.
Something large can be balanced by several small items or an expanse of empty space, a bright color or a shot of lights.
Several soft colors in a large space can be balanced by one bright color because the intensity of the bright color will compensate for its small size. When planning a display, consider the following points concerning balance: Emphasis is the point of initial eye contact.
From this spot all other eye movements flow. Emphasis is therefore the formulation of a focal point, with all else in the display subordinate.
There should be emphasis in all displays. The merchandise is the focal point in a majority of displays.
When planning a display, consider the following points concerning emphasis: Themes may also depict seasons, anniversaries, celebrations, holidays and other special store events. Dull surfaces de-emphasize an area. Small amounts of advancing color, bright intensities, extreme tints or shades contrasts in the right places will provide striking accents.
Proportion is the ratio of the parts to the whole display. It is a comparative relationship of distances, sizes, amounts, degrees or parts.
Each item may look normal when isolated, but if it is inconsistent in area or dimension with neighboring items, it seems out of proportion. When planning a display, consider the following points concerning proportion: Rhythm may be broken-up or continuous; clearly stated or subtly suggested; repeated or vaguely similar.
The initial pattern or design when repeated makes more of an impression on the viewer because it provides a continuous beat and completion, which is satisfying to the viewer. Rhythm entails an arrangement of organized motion and does not necessarily need repetition.
A flow exists if the eye travels from one area of a display to another, covering the entire display. The eye should travel easily through the entire design. A display can lead the eye with color, repetition, shadows created by light placement, lettering or texture.
When planning a display, consider the following points concerning rhythm: A left to right reading should be created in the display. Overlapping is one of the most effective tools for creating good flow. Harmony is agreement in feeling and consistency in mood; i.
Without harmony, the observer is uncomfortable and will not be enticed to purchase merchandise. Three forms of harmony functional, structural and decorative must be in agreement in a display.“IMPACT OF VISUAL MERCHANDISING ON SALES AT BIG BAZAAR, HUBLI” for FUTURE VALUE RETAIL LTD Submitted to the Department of Management Studies in partial fulfillment of the Post Graduate Diploma in Management customers changed their buying decisions with the influence of visual merchandising in the store.
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The main purpose of this paper is to define what visual merchandising elements make the highest impact on consumer buying behaviour. This article research question is what visual merchandising elements are the most important for consumers in Lithuania when shopping in specialised clothing and footwear stores.
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