You are visiting a department store. You see the nice sales assistant who has helped you before, but now you also see something new: a sign that says, “Personal Shopper available upon request.”
The sales assistant helped you pick out outfits before, so what really is the difference, and why should you use that service?
If, on the other hand, you are a store that does not yet offer that service, why should you do that, and what benefits does that bring?
We created this infographic to explain very simply the main differences between a sales assistant and a personal shopper, and the reasons why a customer and a store might benefit from the services of both of them.
Here are the main five differences between a sales assistant and a personal shopper:
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