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Share of shelf is **a metric that compares the facings of a given brand to the total facings positions available**.[1]

## How do you measure the area of a shelf?

Calculate the area of a triangular shelf **by dividing the front edge by 2 and multiplying it by the depth of the shelf (from the inner corner out to the front edge)**. For example, if the front edge is 20 inches and the depth of the shelf is 8 inches, calculate the following: 20 / 2 = 10; 10 * 8 = 80 inches.

Understanding fair share of shelf **helps brand owners, distributors and retailers both before and after range reviews and resets**, ensuring that shoppers always see the right products in the right quantity.

## How do you calculate space to sales?

To calculate it, **divide your sales by the store’s total square feet of sales space**. Your sales per square foot tells you how efficient you are with the use of sales space, and it helps you make smarter merchandising, inventory, and sales decisions.

Market share is the percent of total sales in an industry generated by a particular company. Market share is calculated by **taking the company’s sales over the period and dividing it by the total sales of the industry over the same period**.

## What is shelf rent?

For Rent-A-Shelf, the firm **identifies a shop in a prime location in an urban centre and partitions it into shelves**. It then hires shop attendants and gets all the necessary licenses for the shop. After that, it opens it and invites online businesses to rent-a-shelf without necessarily owning the whole shop.

## Why is shelf space such an important measure?

It is **crucial for a product to be given enough shelf space to attract the buyer’s attention**. Supermarket tests have concluded that products can have too many as well as too few facings, with both situations resulting in wrong use of space. …

## What is on shelf availability?

WHAT IS ON-SHELF AVAILABILITY? On-Shelf Availability is **the measure of a product being available for sale to a shopper**, in the place he expects it and at the time he wants to buy it.

## How do you read a shelf size?

**Listed dimensions are always inside dimensions.**

- The first dimension to measure is length. Length is always the longest side of the box that has a flap.
- The next dimension is width. The width side also has a flap, but is always the side shorter than the length.
- Measure the height of the package.

## How are floating shelves measured?

If you’re hanging multiple floating shelves, **measure an equal distance between each desired shelf placement**, accounting for the width of your shelf, and repeat the process.