noun see merchandising

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • merchandizing — (n.) late 14c., goods, commodities, from prp. of MERCHANDIZE (Cf. merchandize). Meaning trade, commerce is from mid 15c. That of promotion of goods for sale is from 1922 …   Etymology dictionary

  • merchandizing — (Amer.) n. promotion of merchandise sales as an extensive function that includes market research and development of new products (also merchandising) mÉœrtʃəndaɪz , s / mɜːt v. trade, buy and sell goods; plan for and promote the sales of,… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • merchandizing — verb ; …   Wiktionary

  • merchandizing — Tratar de aumentar la venta de bienes o la utilización de servicios mediante una presentación y publicidad atractivas. Compra y venta. Organizar y dirigir una campaña de ventas. Comercialización. Función de dirección comercial comprendida en el… …   Diccionario español de neologismos

  • merchandizing — merˈchandizing or merˈchandising noun 1. The selling of a product 2. The creation and selling of products, eg dolls and costumes, associated with a particular (esp children s) cinema film or television programme 3. Such products • • • Main Entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • automatic merchandizing — /ˌɔ:təmætɪk mɜ:tʃəndaɪzɪŋ/, automatic selling /ˌɔ:təmætɪk selɪŋ/, automatic vending /ˌɔ:təmætɪk vendɪŋ/ noun selling through a machine ● Automatic selling is popular because of the low labour costs involved …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • Реализация товаров, сбытовая политика — (merchandizing), продвижение и сбыт товаров и услуг в розничной торговле (потребитель). Успешной Р.т. способствует реклама, упаковка и выставки продажи. В магазинах для этого используются соответствующая раскладка товаров, оформление витрин,… …   Народы и культуры

  • Сбытовая политика — (merchandizing), см. Реализация товаров …   Народы и культуры

  • children’s television — should properly be the fastest growing sector of the television market in China. There are over 350 million people under the age of sixteen in China today, many of whom have access to a television. Children’s broadcasting is reportedly a key… …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • merchandise — {{11}}merchandise (n.) mid 13c., trading, commerce; mid 14c., commodities of commerce, wares, articles for sale or trade, from Anglo Fr. marchaundise, O.Fr. marcheandise goods, merchandise; trade, business (12c.), from marchaunt merchant (see… …   Etymology dictionary

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