Showroom Manager


Showroom managers typically work in retail establishments where the goods for sales are high-ticket or luxury items such as jewellery, cars, electronics, home furnishing, and designer fashion.

Unlike typical retail managers, showroom managers need to take a different approach: because their teams are often working on a commission basis there's always a risk of friendly competition turning into conflict. Showroom managers therefore need to build a strong team dynamic while ensuring key performance indicators are met.

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