Analysis of Zellers, Mass Merchandise Retailer


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Analysis of Zellers, Mass Merchandise Retailer
Executive Summary
Zellers is the mass merchandise retailer of the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), and is a leading department store chain with 279 locations across Canada. The company’s overarching mandate is to provide afforable material goods to consumers. The company has recently benefitted from the influx of customers looking to secure official Vancouver 2010 Olympics merchandise; Zellers has enjoyed an increase in consumer awareness which was unprecedented. The strengths of Zellers include, most notably, its connection with the HBC brand, reputation and organization. But, Zellers was not necessarily a strong contender for consumer dollars because of the fact that its mandate was not well...
The end: locations designer brands would be made available to consumers, and how to create in-store displays to increase interest.
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