Examples of merchandising in a Sentence
She is the company's director of merchandising.
The film made a lot of money thanks to strong merchandising.
Most of the movie's earnings came from merchandising and not ticket sales.
Recent Examples of merchandising from the Web
Tom Parker, Presley’s obsessive manager, who cared most about money and merchandising.
The intellectual property corporation also manages licensing and merchandising for celebrity brands including Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, and Muhammad Ali.
And Dunn and Walmart management decided that whoever ran ModCloth as CEO needed to be based in Los Angeles, where important divisions like design and merchandising were already based, according to one source.
Leading the helm are Brooke Cundiff, CoEdition co-founder and chief merchant, was formerly head of brand acquisition at Gilt, and Keith George, co-founder and CEO, previously sat as Gilt's chief merchandising officer.
Kurtz's art will be used in Frankfort Fall Festival advertising and merchandising, including the cover of the 2017 Frankfort Fall Festival Guide and the Frankfort Fall Festival website.
The others include Eric Sprunk, chief operating officer, and Michael Spillane, who oversees design, products and merchandising.
Chay Costello, the MoMA Design Store’s associate director of merchandising, reports that anecdotally many customers who bought the Yankees collaboration caps were not from New York City.
The cuts coincide with the appointment of Timothy Mantel as the new chief merchandising officer.
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MERCHANDISING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of merchandising for English Language Learners
: the activity of trying to sell goods or services by advertising them or displaying them attractively
: the activity of selling products that are related to something (such as a television show, movie, or sports team) in order to make more money
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