AMD 275 covers the principles of merchandising as applied to retail, service, events, and hospitality-related businesses. Study of the planning, development, and presentation of apparel and hospitality-related products, services, and experiences. Industry and market research, planning of new offerings, and development of promotional and competitive strategies for various retail formats.
|Instructor: Prof. Linda Niehm & Angie Lee (Ph.D. Candidate)|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com|
|Phone: 515-294-1930 / 515-294-7474|
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