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shop

noun A place where a thing is produced and/or displayed and sold.

verb To peruse or purchase wares from an emporium or enterprise.

shop

See Sweatshop, Workshop.
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The combination of a vast brick-and-mortar retail space and innumerable internet-based sites means shoppers have endless choices of where and how to shop.
With a more limited shopper perception of the department, this translates into lower traffic for the overall department as well as components within it, including prepared foods in particular.
Shoppers should expect to get 25 to 65 percent off, she said.
Product Marketing: Manufacturers and retailers should communicate with shoppers early and often--in the home, on the Web and mobile devices and in the store--using highly targeted messaging.
Analyse awareness and usage of different digital shopper marketing initiatives among food, drink and grocery shoppers, with key focus on mobile-based technologies.
Learn about mobile shopper marketing and the use of smartphones in targeting food, drink & grocery shoppers along their path to purchase.
Both deli and bakery customers are likely to spend a little less time in the store than the typical shopper.
com and registering, shoppers can select groceries by pointing and clicking.
Competition makes its mark Shopper spending pattern at supers and competitors All shoppers % of all Amount spent by consumers all shoppers Type of outlet shopping outlet weekly 1992 1993 1992 1993 Supermarkets 100% 100% $68.
Evolution Insights, the shopper marketing consultancy, is proud to announce its new publication: Shopper Marketing Trends: A Guide to Shopper Trends and Shopper Marketing Initiatives in UK Food and Grocery.