We reviewed the current retail marketing trends and decided to introduce you to the most efficient technologies that can bring the desired boost to your in-store marketing. When it comes to retail marketing, people tend to forget that technology can be their best friend. If you choose the right retail marketing strategies and support it with the latest market technologies, you’ll be able to deliver excellent results. Your business can be more efficient than you think, and we know how you can achieve that.
Want to build a coherent marketing strategy for your retail chain? Understand what your customers really need? Set up your advertising correctly? No worries, we’ve got you covered with everything: from practical design solutions to digital marketing in retail signage.
Fashion is a highly competitive industry. Though shopping for clothes stands among preferred and is often rated as a highly enjoyable experience, online shopping has bitten a huge chunk from the brick-and-mortar business and more often than not we see clothing stores losing out to online shopping and calling it quits. In fear of losing more customers down the line, fashion retailers began turning to high-tech market innovations. We see more and more stores turning to digital signage. Here’s our checklist on how to attract customers to your store with digital signage: Use DS to guide customers to your store Statistics show that 8 out of 10 American customers have…
In today’s rapidly changing entrepreneurial world, knowledge is the most important advantage for any retail entrepreneur who wants to be on top of the business game. Regardless of the retail type you’re running or wanting to launch, being well-informed is the key to success. That’s why the podcasts matter and good podcasts matter even more. We handpicked 7 essential podcasts for retail entrepreneurs that will help you to keep up with the pace of the industry.
Despite a lightning-like development of delivery services, people will unlikely do without retail stores in the nearest future. Moreover, retailers are not interested in yielding positions and surrender to the onset of innovations. They choose the way of adaptation and co-existence. Thus, many retail shops make attempts to use state-of-the-art technologies for own benefit. The examples include a conveyor belt, video surveillance, usage of barcodes etc. It’s most likely that the trend will continue and technologies will be successfully implemented furtherly.