With more retailers incorporating video monitors to showcase their brand or merchandise selection, it is just natural that they be placed inside the store or in window displays. In fact, adding movement to an otherwise static display can attract attention. How would I address this particular window display? View my planograms for a couple of options.
Could Ineffective Displays Be Partly Due to Poor Fixture Design?
Over my many years in retail, I realized that poor fixture design may result in ineffective displays that make it challenging for shop associates to work with. However, once stuck with this, what can we do? In this particular instance, these are some of the things we can do to make this display more appealing. 1. Keep the distance between … Read More
Time to Talk About Product Intensity
Product Intensity refers to the amount of merchandise placed in a given space. The higher the intensity, the fuller the shelves. The lower the intensity, well, you get the picture. Most high end boutiques have a lower intensity. The space that surround a products is as important as the product itself in conveying the brand’s prestige, its exclusive appeal and … Read More
Help Customers Understand Your New Product Offerings
Nowadays it is easy to find foreign retailers amongst our neighborhood shopping areas. However, some of the products they sell are not necessarily popular locally nor familiar to shoppers. For example, this featured retailer carried office and school supplies. If you are Asian, you would know what variety of notebook paper sizes these binders are for. However, if you have … Read More
When Making it Easy to Buy Results in Multiple Sales
They are many ways retailers can make it easier for their customers to buy. One of these ways is to simply arrange the merchandise in such a way that—that is exactly how customers will be using them at home. For example, this unit that sells facial skin care is simply grouped together in a single unit; leaving it for customers … Read More
REPETITION Wins the Day!
Recently, I have worked more with popular price point retailers whose product size are small. Just think dollar stores and similar retailers. How can they create an effective display that elevates perceived product values while at the same time, create impact? Thus was the case with this retailer right by downtown Vancouver. In their original display, they do show a … Read More
Low to High Front to Back
Are Shop Sightlines Compromised? A client I worked with asked why their signature fixtures, in this case, a chuck wagon is not often shopped despite it being located in the prime centre of the store. I often get similar questions from retailers and I can somewhat guess the reason for majority of the cases. Just like Horse Creek Candy’s issue with … Read More