Remodeling your retail store design and layout could make all the difference in your bottom line. Whether your shop is due for a total rehaul or a small reorganization, BigRentz has created an infographic that will walk you through the hacks of visual merchandising and help you design a store layout that encourages purchases and pleases customers!
We all know the changes and challenges encountered by the retail sector in recent years. Retail is in a state of flux with the advent of online offerings which means people can order items via the Internet from anywhere in the world without having to leave their homes if they wish. In saying that though, there will likely always be a demand for brick and mortar stores so if you’re considering opening one, it’s a totally viable operation but you just need to plan and execute it exceptionally well.
With the onslaught of online retail websites and platforms, the traditional retail industry has been in battle a lot in recent years. It is important to remember however that people will always need to visit some type of physical store so the idea should be to keep them coming back again and again ie give them a reason to return.
In this age of automation, I still find it surprising to see people with a manual tally counter or a piece of paper, trying to capture the number of people entering and leaving a premises. I have been exposed to automated counting for over 12 years now, but I do remember how surprised I was when I interviewed at SMS, to see that devices to count actual people existed not web visitors (which I understood quite well).
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