Thursday, October 21, 2010

Todays Retail Cycle

n today's retail cycle, we need an edge to complete our client
satisfaction. The needs of the many outweigh the needs for the few. In
the 80's and 90's, the consumers who wanted quality, were the ones
with all the money. People would flock to stores like Saks fifth
avenue, to purchase name brand apparel, at ridiculous prices and be
content with the fact, that they have something their neighbor does
not. Let's take mens shirts, for example. Joey J is a top designer in
Europe and an average shirt can cost up to $369.00 US dollars for a
100% High grade silk men's shirt. The use of no kill technique for the
silk worms they manufacture with does not come cheap.

The silk is woven outside and the worm is not injured at all. Today,
most all shirts are made by some sort of machine. So hence the word
volume comes into play.

Hundreds of thousands of shirts are produced every hour to satisfy the
needs of the many in the USA. has purchased designers to maintain its
market share and bring down these prices. Quality is still the
necessity. Where many of the department stores concern themselves with
how low the prices can get, some retailers like Shirtsgonewild are
more interested in Quality at a wholesale to retail pricing factor.
Some will have domestic made shirts and clothing and some will still
utilize a foreign supplier. we all will just have to accept that's
just the way it is.

Extensive traveling throughout Asia, Europe, and Middle East. Over 20
years of retail experience.

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