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Lesson Posted on 19/12/2017 Exam Coaching/MBA Entrance Coaching Tuition/MBA Tuition Training for professionals/Fashion Designing +1 Beauty and Style/Fashion less

Career In Merchandising

Footwear Design & Development Institute

Footwear Design & Development Institute was established in 1986, under the aegis of Ministry of Commerce...

Career in Merchandising: “The decisions that a merchandiser makes are crucial to the success of the business.” What is merchandising? A merchandiser decides which stock to allocate to which stores and in what quantity. For example, a large store based in Delhi may sell more dresses than a... read more

Career in Merchandising: “The decisions that a merchandiser makes are crucial to the success of the business.”

What is merchandising?

A merchandiser decides which stock to allocate to which stores and in what quantity. For example, a large store based in Delhi may sell more dresses than a smaller store based in Lucknow. As such, the merchandiser responsible for dresses (or perhaps for clothing in a supermarket) has to decide how many dresses or how many different lines of dresses each store needs. If the merchandiser were to give the smaller store the same amount of stock as the larger store then they may run the risk of not being able to sell it all. This could mean having to pay for the stock to be stored in warehouses. Or it could mean having to sell off the stock at a reduced price in order to get rid of it. Alternatively, if the merchandiser underestimated the amount of stock the larger store would get through it could cause a demand problem.

Customers might not be able to get the product they want and so may turn to a different retailer. The decisions that a merchandiser makes are therefore crucial to the success of the business; if they get it wrong, there could be considerable financial implications.

Merchandisers work closely with buyers to identify any upcoming trends that they need to satisfy. Buyers choose which products the retailer should sell and the merchandisers decide how much of each product to buy and where the stock should be allocated. In order to make these decisions, merchandisers constantly review sales history and monitor how well different products are performing; this helps them to identify which products need restocking and which ones aren’t selling as well as expected. They need to understand customer trends and consider factors such as how variations in footfall and demographic will affect the type and amount of stock required in different stores. The main priority of a merchandiser is to make sure that the departments or stores for which they are responsible meet their sales targets and ensure a healthy profit margin. If margins are below expectations, they will need to analyse the reasons behind this and alert management to the problem.

Courses for above career:

MBA in Retail & fashion merchandise (2 years)

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Lesson Posted on 19/12/2017 Beauty and Style/Fashion Tuition/BA Tuition/Graphic Designing &Visual Images IT Courses/Visual design +2 Tuition/BA Tuition/Fashion Communication Photographers/Fashion Photographers less

Career In Visual Merchandising

Footwear Design & Development Institute

Footwear Design & Development Institute was established in 1986, under the aegis of Ministry of Commerce...

Career in visual merchandising / experience design: Visual merchandisers design eye-catching product displays and store layouts to encourage sales. Responsibilities depend on the size of their team and what kind of organization they work for. However, their roles tend to... read more

Career in visual merchandising / experience design:

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Visual merchandisers design eye-catching product displays and store layouts to encourage sales. Responsibilities depend on the size of their team and what kind of organization they work for. However, their roles tend to require a mixture of artistic, strategic and practical skills. For instance, they might be conducting research into lifestyle trends and regional habits, producing sketches of shop floor plans and physically dismantling displays in the same week.

Especially at entry level, you might be kept on the move a lot, going between your offices and shop floors, and liaising with buying, merchandising and distribution departments. It can be a really exciting job where you will be actively carrying out the work to set up new displays.

You will need:

i. Creativity and imagination.

ii. Design skills to create product displays.

iii. Technical drawing skills.

iv. IT skills to use computer-aided design (CAD) software.

v. Attention to detail.

Usually work in stores' fashion and homeware departments. Your day-to-day tasks will include:

i. designing product displays and floor plans, or following plans from head office.

ii. drawing designs and plans by hand or computer.

iii. using space and lighting creatively.

iv. sourcing materials like models, props, signs and equipment.

v. arranging displays and dressing dummies.

vi. teaching sales staff how to display goods.

vii. producing brand guidelines so all stores have the same look and fee.

For career you can opt for following courses:

1. B. Bes (Retail & Fashion merchandise) after 10+2.

2. MBA: Retail & Fashion Merchandise after Graduation .

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Answered on 22/11/2017 Beauty and Style/Makeup

What is the average cost of bridal makeup class?

Dam Ur Way

8000 (Dressup,Hair style & Makeup)
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Answered on 06 Jan Beauty and Style/Beauty and Skin care

How to reduce pimples?

Karishma Sood

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By applying garlic on pimple area you can reduce pimples.
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Lesson Posted on 07/09/2017 Beauty and Style/Makeup Event Services/Makeup Artist Beauty and Style/Hair Styling

Makeup Texture

Asmiya Khanum

I have done diploma in makeup artistry and I believe in providing complete training and time to students...

1. Matte: Suppresses light reflection, lending calmness and depth. It has an elegant, refined look.• For those who want to enjoy a defined coloration 2. Sheer: Creates a festive, glamorous look. Brightens the overall impression of the face or adds impact locally on one part of the face.• For... read more
1. Matte: Suppresses light reflection, lending calmness and depth. It has an elegant, refined look.
• For those who want to enjoy a defined coloration
2. Sheer: Creates a festive, glamorous look. Brightens the overall impression of the face or adds impact locally on one part of the face.
• For those who want to enjoy both color and sparkle
3. Gloss: Evokes a youthful image with a lustrous, dewy-looking shine. It has a vibrant, richly hydrated look.
• For those who want to enjoy the texture more than the color.
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Lesson Posted on 07/09/2017 Beauty and Style/Makeup Event Services/Makeup Artist Beauty and Style/Beauty and Skin care +1 Beauty and Style less

Skin Tone

Asmiya Khanum

I have done diploma in makeup artistry and I believe in providing complete training and time to students...

Tone: An extreme example perhaps, but this shows how makeup was done for old black and white formats the tone of the makeup was considered, rather than the actual colour. Tone = Hue + grey. Tone is basically how light or dark a colour is and “tonality” refers to the lightness or darkness... read more

Tone: An extreme example perhaps, but this shows how makeup was done for old black and white formats the tone of the makeup was considered, rather than the actual colour.

Tone = Hue + grey. Tone is basically how light or dark a colour is and “tonality” refers to the lightness or darkness of a colour. Adding grey to a colour creates a graduation in tone. This is particularly important in black and white photography, as you see tones rather than colour. For example, a light orange and a light blue could have the same tonality and, therefore, would look the same on black and white film. Makeup for black and white photography is different to working in colour formats, you have to understand how a colour will look in black and white. For example, a red cheek colour would look darker than the foundation, so you wouldn’t apply it to the apple of the cheek, as this would create a darker patch. You would apply blush under the cheek to create a shadow and to define. You could actually do a makeup for black and white using any colours, so long as you understand the tonality of the colours you are using, it will work just fine!

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Lesson Posted on 18/07/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Functional Training/Sales Training Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming +1 Language/Spoken English less

Types Of Listener In Active Listening

Meghna Gupta

Learn Communication dynamics and expand your communication skills, English speaking skills( spoken English...

Good Listening is an important part of the effective communication. It requires that the listener should concerntrate fully, and remember and respond what is being said. Active listening is a skill which can be practiced to attain full control and therefore it takes time, effort, and patience to develop. There... read more

Good Listening is an important part of the effective communication. It requires that the listener should concerntrate fully, and remember and respond what is being said. Active listening is a skill which can be practiced to attain full control and therefore it takes time, effort, and patience to develop.

There are 4 types of Listeners:

1. Active Listeners

2. Passive Listeners

3. Non Listeners

4. Evaluative Listener

 1. Active Listener: Listen to not only the mssage but also how it is conveyed (what+how) and is also aware of other person feelings and mood making them cared of which is essential for effective communication. Use direct eye contact, is alert, and participate fully.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 24/06/2017 Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming

Dress Code

Radha Chawla Chawla

I am an MBA - HR and possess rich experience of working with various mktg. /mfz and educational organizations....

Interview Attire Tips: Before you even think about going on an interview, make sure you have appropriate interview attire and everything fits correctly. Get your clothes ready the night before, so you don't have to spend time getting them ready on the day of the interview. If your clothes are dry... read more

Interview Attire Tips:

  • Before you even think about going on an interview, make sure you have appropriate interview attire and everything fits correctly.
  • Get your clothes ready the night before, so you don't have to spend time getting them ready on the day of the interview.
  • If your clothes are dry clean only, take them to the cleaners after an interview, so they are ready for next time.
  • Polish your shoes.
  • Bring a breath mint and use it before you enter the building.

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Lesson Posted on 13/06/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming Functional Training/Sales Training +1 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training less

Smile: Simple Yet Powerful Tool In Communication Skills

Meghna Gupta

Learn Communication dynamics and expand your communication skills, English speaking skills( spoken English...

Smile: Real or fake, broad or spontaneous. It says a lot. A smile is a gesture of body language.Smile is a subcategory of facial expressions in non-verbal communication. A warm, authentic and radiant smile is always welcoming for a likeability and presentable personality.Smiling while greeting people... read more

Smile: Real or fake, broad or spontaneous. It says a lot. A smile is a gesture of body language.

Smile is a subcategory of facial expressions in non-verbal communication. A warm, authentic and radiant smile is always welcoming for a likeability and presentable personality.

Smiling while greeting people makes a positive impact. Not only did a warm smile can be seen and felt but also can be heard when anyone is smiling over the phone.

Smile is an intentional Effort - Sometimes it is really difficult to smile depending on situations. We have to make it habit and train ourself to smile very often to make it a part of positive attitude and good communication skills and make our first impression powerful.

Smile is one of the simplest means of connecting with others. An individual who smiles while communicating with others be perceived as confident, honest, and trustful.

As it is truly said " Smile Is Contagious And It Doesn't Cost Anything" a genuine smile is one of the most influential, powerful, and persuasive parts of all body language.

Smiles passes a positive and happy energy.

But, on another hand, there can be a masking smile to hide negative emotions or micro expressions.

 
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Answered on 16/05/2017 Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming

Can we earn money without joining any membership on UrbanPro or it is compulsory to join a membership?

Rajni Binani

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It's more beneficial of you join.
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