For many companies, the showroom is where large and high-priced items such as furniture, automobiles, computers, and exercise equipment are on display. Selling these items to potential customers requires both skilled salespeople and attractive presentation. The showroom manager is responsible for making sure the showroom operates in an efficient manner and that it attracts customers. To accomplish this, the sales manager takes control of the entire sales process. They keep track of sales performance, both as a whole and of individual salespeople, while setting sales goals based on analysis and prediction. These managers are often responsible for training salespeople and for ensuring that the salesroom is laid out well, clean, and welcoming to customers. Often, showroom managers also engage in performing sales and also address customers' concerns.
Showroom Manager Tasks
Greet and inform customers about products and services.
Track and predict sales and product marketing.
Manage daily operations of showroom including facility maintenance, sales, administration, and receiving.
Receive, unload, and prepare stockroom and showroom merchandise.