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Research papers

Range versus rationalization in frozen foods

There is not so much a conflict between "range" and "rationalization" as a need for balance between the two: a need to determine the "rational range". The starting point towards this goal is to allocate store space to grocery commodities in relation...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Author: J. F.W. Yaxley
August 1, 1975

Case studies

A case study illustrating the John Gordon approach

The food trade in the Netherlands tries to make food distribution more efficient by introducing shelf space allocation systems and re-stocking systems. Systems were developed, some focus primarily at shelf allocation, others at re-stocking. Wrong...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Author: Albert F. Veldkamp
Company: Heineken
August 1, 1975

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The female fashion market in Toronto

The study reported here is the first in a series of reports on the market position of the major department stores and specialty chains in the women's fashion market. Unlike most previous studies, this report covers only one product class and all...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Author: Douglas J. Tigert
August 1, 1975

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Manufacturer-retailer interface

A manufacturer who is aware of each Multiple's company philosophy is in a good position to present new products in the light of that knowledge, and to emphasise those aspects that will most readily attract a favourable response. But a company...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Authors: Richard A. Westwood, John Palmer, Brian C. Pymont
August 1, 1975

Research papers

In-store designs

For in-store designs one has to define a standard of measurement. In most cases it is no use to design something with the use of only one store. It is preferable to use a reasonable number of stores. Great attention should be paid to the unsolvable...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Author: Benno Stoppelman
August 1, 1975

Case studies

A shopping centre

The project discussed in this paper set out to investigate the potential of non-metric multi-dimensional scaling techniques in studying the basis of competition between stores. The intention was to experiment to provide guidance for further projects...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Authors: C. Goud, Len J. Marchant
August 1, 1975

Research papers

An effort to analyse the relation between shopping behaviour and product buying behaviour

In this paper an effort is being made to show that consumer data is a very relevant source of information for retailing. Prom the outset it is the intention to extract from the data a typology which on the one hand is sufficiently articulate for...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Author: A. H. J. van Heteren
August 1, 1975

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Range and assortment policies

The result of this examination of the formation of range and assortment policies is to emphasise the variety of the factors that may be involved. There is a danger of advancing too fast to the stage of model-building. Where the problem is not a...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Author: Patrick McAnally
August 1, 1975

Research papers

A manufacturer's approach to the problems of varieties within a brand range

This paper will discuss some of the considerations that a manufacturer of strongly branded food products takes into account when facing the opportunities and problems of extending the range of varieties presented by a single brand. It offers no grand...

Catalogue: Seminar 1975: Product Range Policy In Retailing And Co-operation With Manufacturers
Author: B. Thorogood
August 1, 1975