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.
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Hoping to study fashion merchandising alongside business, BuzyBodies truly is the perfect fit for her.
More: ‘Fountain Square might as well be Broad Ripple’: Why artists say the quirky hub changed The collection will be kept at the school’s Sage Fashion Collection and used by students and faculty in theater, merchandising and design, IU said.
Her responsibilities as chief customer officer at Kohl’s included marketing and e-commerce but were expanded in 2015 to include those of chief merchandising officer, giving her responsibility for all of its products.
If all goes well, Nordstrom will roll out the new merchandising strategy in more locations.
Word is that the Lyric Theatre in New York will be turned into a Harry Potter mall, replete with more merchandising than any show ever has seen, eateries with Butterbeer and all the rest.
Antoine previously operated a wedding photography business and was prosecuted on state charges of stealing by deceit and unlawful merchandising practices.
While Episode IX is supposed to be the final installment in the main Star Wars story, Disney is undoubtedly hoping that a strong conclusion to the series will support spinoffs and merchandising opportunities for years to come.
That’s not to say Target won’t offer deals, Mark Tritton, Target’s chief merchandising officer told reporters.
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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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