BMG 211: Merchandising and Inventory Management
In most retail operations, inventory is the largest asset, and managing this investment is critical to increasing sales and profitability and providing capital for expansion. Students will learn the practices for determining product assortments, acquiring/replenishing stock and reducing excessive inventory. Supply chain, store layout and visual display principles will also be addressed. Finally, students will learn to perform the calculations related to all aspects of inventory management.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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