SAGE ADVICE AND PRACTICAL TIPS ON CREATING ATTRACTIVE AND EFFECTIVE STOREFRONTS AND STORES
Retailers seeking to increase foot traffic know that first impressions matter but are often at a loss about what do or where to begin. While business owners are experts in their respective products or service offerings, many inadvertently miss the mark when it comes to creating a compelling experience in their physical space.
This visually rich presentation is designed to educate and inspire retailers on best practices and practical steps they can take to improve their store's curb appeal and their shoppers' in-store experiences. Our company prides itself on helping your business create a memorable experience, from your awnings, lighting, and signage on the outside, to decompression zones, pathways, and “must-sees” on the inside. We also can give world-class advice on a host of other shopper-centric topics and store design areas.
The seminar is designed to help you evaluate your store with a keener eye and sharper ear to learn what your shoppers want and how to provide it for them. If you've been meaning to refresh your space or make changes to solve some pain points, knowing exactly WHAT to address and WHY can get you focused and taking action on the right things in the right order. Things that will have your shoppers making return trips and telling their friends about you too.
Your store starts on-line, long before your shoppers physically arrive at your front door but once they're there, are you living up to their expectations? Are you visually communicating to them that you were worth the trip? We hope so but if you're looking for additional input or fresh ideas on where to make improvements, a store evaluation is a great place to start.
Our trained eyes and years of translating shopper insights into cool store experiences allows Frontdoor Back to objectively hone in on whatyour customers see, when they see it, and how they see it. A store evaluation can take the mystery out of how to create that confident and compelling first impression and get folks inside exploring all that you have to offer. It could be as simple as rearranging, repainting, or rethinking how you use your space to more involved solutions that include adding lighting, teaching your staff about visual merchandising tactics, removing awnings or learning how to create eye-catching window displays.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, GIG HARBOR DOWNTOWN ASSOCIATION
GIG HARBOR, WA
CARINE LA POINTE
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