Retail - Industry

The Retail industry is the sale of goods to end users, not for resale, but for use and consumption by the purchaser. Involving the sale of the sale of merchandise from a single point of purchase directly to a customer who intends to use that product, retail transaction is at the end of the chain. The most common examples of retailing are traditional brick-and-mortar stores. These include giants such as Best Buy, Wal-Mart, and Target. But retailing includes even the smallest kiosks at your local mall.