Taking a look at Women's Apparel and Home Products

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1 Introduction

An overview of the Target project.

  1. Introduction
  2. What We Are Looking For
  3. Methods for Collecting Data

2 The Target Brand

Learn more about the Target project.

  1. Target

3 Store Metrics

In this step, you will learn about the pricing, promotions, and stockout metrics you will need to be familiar with for this project.

  1. Store Metrics
  2. What is Effective Pricing?
  3. Promotions
  4. Types of Promotions
  5. Circle Promotions
  6. Mininum Spend on Gift Cards
  7. What is Not a Promotion
  8. Counting Styles
  9. Stock Levels and Styles "Same As"
  10. What is a Stockout?

4 Selling Space Metrics

In this step, you will learn about the selling space metrics you will need to collect for this project.

  1. Selling Space Metrics
  2. Measuring Linear Inches
  3. In-Aisle Measurements
  4. Special Displays

5 Women's Apparel

In this step, you will learn about collecting data on Women's Apparel during your store visits

  1. Women's Apparel
  2. Brands
  3. Inventory Categories
  4. Counting Displays
  5. Display Types
  6. The Clearance Section
  7. Clearance Section: Linear Feet
  8. Clearance Section: Min/Max/Mode Starting Prices
  9. Clearance Section: % of Category's Inventory on each Promotion Type in Clearance Section
  10. Linear Inches/Percent of Space by Brand

6 Bras & Sleepwear

  1. Bras & Sleepwear
  2. Bra & Sleepwear Brands
  3. Categories
  4. Bra Categories
  5. Sleepwear Categories

7 Home

In this step, you will learn about collecting data on Home during your store visits

  1. Home
  2. Brands
  3. Soft and Hard Lines
  4. Brand Locations

8 Getting Ready for Your First Visit

Complete the final steps to your training!

  1. Quick Recap
  2. Review the Datasheets
  3. Review the Sample Survey & Survey Instructions

9 Before Your First Store Visit

  1. Setting Yourself Up for Success!
  2. Information We Should Not Have
  3. A Few Last Points
  4. What if you are approached by an employee?
  5. Take (and Pass!) the Target Quiz