Essay on Athletic Supreme

738 Words Jan 1st, 2016 3 Pages
Arimount is a well known beauty and grooming company that has been around for about two decades. Arimount is one of the largest beauty retailer and the premier beauty destination for cosmetics, fragrance, skin, hair care products and salon services. Since opening its first store 20 years ago, Arimount has grown to become the top national retailer providing all things beauty. Arimount offers more than 20,000 products from over 500 well-established and emerging beauty brands across all categories and price points. Arimount the largest beauty and grooming retailer that provides one-stop shopping for prestige, mass and salon products and salon services in the United States. We focus on providing affordable indulgence to our customers by …show more content…
While the products we sell can be found in department stores, specialty stores, salons, drug stores and mass merchandisers, we offer all of these products in one retail format so that our guests can find everything they need in one shopping trip. We offer hundreds of brands. We also offer a private label of Arimount products in key categories such as cosmetics, skincare and bath. Because we offer a broad array of products in prestige, mass and salon, we appeal to a wide range of customers including women of all ages, demographics, lifestyles, and economy class. With our private label we like to launch a new deodorant product. Arimount has developed a key ingredient that will allow deodorants to last for up to five days, even after showering. There are a lot of ways to conduct research and collect information, but one way that makes it really easy is by doing a survey. A survey is defined as a brief interview or discussion with individuals about a specific topic. The term survey is unfortunately a little vague, so we need to define it better. The term survey is often used to mean collect information. Surveys are capable of obtaining information from large samples of the population. Surveys are inclusive in the types and number of variables that can be studied, require minimal investment to develop and administer, and are relatively easy for making generalizations. Surveys can also elicit information about attitudes that are

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