Becoming a Visual Merchandiser
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Becoming a Visual Merchandiser

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Also known as Window Dresser.
Plans and installs internal, window and fixed displays to show goods to their best advantage.
Training time 1 - 5 years
Avg. weekly wage - No data available -
Employment prospects Strong
Employment size 2,700

What does a Visual Merchandiser do?

  • determining goods for display in accordance with prospective seasonal and promotional events
  • developing overall promotional and display plans for approval
  • preparing sketches and models showing layout, colour and other features for approval
  • obtaining props and other accessories, and building displays
  • setting up fabricated displays in store windows and other areas
  • organising the setting out of goods to be shown as part of permanent displays
  • arranging ticketing and signage

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