Retail Product Management by Rosemary Varley
Buying and Merchandising

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Introducing students to the product management process, this revised and updated second edition gives an insight into the operations and practices used by retailers to achieve their product strategy objectives.

Blending theoretical approaches from a number of management perspectives, including marketing, purchasing and logistics, this text illustrates the breadth of knowledge needed for this complex managerial task. Including photos, figures, tables and conceptual diagrams, it also examines the practical elements of product management.

Incorporating significant new chapters and integrating discussions on the relationship between the product and its selling environment, and the overall retail brand, this second edition builds on the foundations of the highly successful first edition, and uses a broad range of contemporary case studies and practical examples to give a clear and concise introduction to retail product management.


About Rosemary Varley

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Rosemary Varley is a senior lecturer within the Department of Management and Marketing at the Huddersfield University Business School, where she teaches a wide range of retail management and marketing modules. Prior to her academic career, she worked in product management and buying in a variety of retail sectors.
Published January 13, 2006 by Routledge. 296 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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