What do Leonardo Da Vinci and a well-designed POP display have in common? They both recognize the importance of the “rule of 3,” also known as the rule of thirds. This is a key point of good design, and implementing it into your project will enable you to maximize the impact of custom store displays […]
We’re pleased to announce that we were recently recognized with a bronze Outstanding Merchandise Achievement (OMA) Custom POP Displays award in the permanent display category for work we did for Freaker USA. The Shop! OMA Awards recognize excellent custom POP displays that set the merchandising and design precedents of today. Established in 2011 and located […]
Poor customer service comes with a huge price tag. According to Forbes magazine, poor customer service is costing businesses more than $75 billion each year. Compare that to the $13 billion reported in 2016, and one thing is clear: Businesses need all the help they can get. Granted, not every business has problems with customer […]
Keeping shipping costs under control for your custom POP displays is a key part of ensuring a healthy and prosperous business. This is becoming more challenging as prices for warehousing and logistics services gradually increase. According to The Wall Street Journal, prices have risen consistently and steeply. For example, in 2017, companies spent $250 billion more […]
You have the perfect custom point of purchase displays for your company. However, your job is not quite over. To fully reach your goals, you need to be sure you have a solid distribution plan in place. We’ll examine the benefits of having a good plan.
It’s important for your business to remain on the cutting edge of the latest trends, but do you give that same consideration to your custom retail displays? Learn more about the latest innovative developments in POP displays.
A spinner display or spinning display case offers several advantages, allowing you to effectively showcase your product and draw customers in to take a closer look. While a spinner display is appropriate for several different products, we wanted to take a look at five distinct, stellar examples.
It seems impossible that there was a time when people were unfamiliar with Amazon, but near the end of 1994, an article ran in Money magazine examining the trend in consumers shopping from home, which included ordering through TV shopping channels and catalogues. That year, online shopping service started appearing on the radar, even though it wasn’t fully accepted yet.
The industrial revolution had devastating impact on artisans because it mass produced items that previously were created by hand. This meant that many artisans weren’t able to make a living wage, transforming many of them to hobbyists, according to information from Shopify. However, many of these “hobbyists” have made a comeback as farmer’s markets, craft shows and local art galleries have experienced a revival across the country. Now more than ever, it’s important for vendors to capture the attention of foot traffic through profitable craft displays. In order to turn an exhibit into a sale, implement these five tips:
Gen Z is defined as the generation that comes after the Millennials. Globally, they represent 2.6 billion people with an estimated $44 billion in purchasing power. Next year, they will account for roughly 40 percent of American consumers. Is your retail strategy ready for Gen Z?