A merchandising reset is the large-scale rearrangement of a store's products. The product manufacturers, or the third-party merchandisers they hire, must stock or restock product according to a new plan. This may necessitate tearing down and rebuilding whole sections of the store; the merchandiser must be able to follow a planogram, schematic, or diagram, of the new shelf or display. Resets can be quite large and complex, and completing them successfully requires merchandisers to be able to complete the work on schedule and according to plan.
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