Monthly Archive: August 2014
With all of the attention visual merchandising gets in terms of in-store design, other elements are sometimes left by the wayside.
As the back-to-school season hits its peak and recedes, savvy retailers are already moving onto the next major theme in terms of in-store visual merchandising: the fall.
The fall season includes the back-to-school period as well as a unique assortment of holidays that can inspire in-store sales and unique visual merchandising displays.
Retailers large and small have gotten some good, broad-based news in recent weeks.
Retailers should be excited about the current progression of the “bonus depreciation” bill through the House of Representatives and into the Senate, as the provisions of the bill include financial incentives for remodeling the interior and exterior of stores.
A good visual merchandising approach helps businesses maximize the use of their floor space and offer unique and interesting displays to catch the attention of shoppers.
In the retail world, there’s never a bad time to showcase products and draw the attention of consumers to merchandise for a variety of reasons.