7 Ways to Boost Product Visibility And Sales

Posted by ionut on August 20, 2019

If you are looking to increase sales in your store, you will need to boost product visibility. When there is stiff competition from the e-Commerce market and with constant access to smartphones so shoppers can research products online, product visibility in-store can make or break a sale. We now live in a world where the experience economy has transformed the retail space; shops are no longer a place just to buy goods, but where shoppers

Top Retail Trends of 2019

Posted by ionut on July 15, 2019

The retail sector continues to evolve at breakneck speed, with new consumer preferences, innovations, and technologies forcing the market to adapt. So, what do retail brands and marketers need to do to thrive and prosper? Here are a handful of the trends that are taking place in 2019. Product customization and personalization In the competitive world of retail, customers now expect companies to personalize and customize products to their bespoke requirements. Creating personalized items also
As consumer demands become greater and customer loyalty – harder to win over, it becomes more and more important for brands to entice their in-store customers and offer them a fantastic experience. Here are a handful of ways to create the ultimate shopper experience. Deliver rich experiences Consumers are showing increasingly high expectations when it comes to shopping. The overwhelming industry research in retail last year focused on the increasing importance of offering experiential shopping
One year after winning the big innovation award at RBTE LONDON, the leading event for retail technology, Tokinomo is back to showcase its latest feature: the dialogue. Now let’s all take a moment to celebrate last year’s success, when Tokinomo was elected the most innovative retail solution among 200 other amazing participants, and let’s give a round of virtual applause to the smart (and handsome) fellows below who brought to life this amazing device that’s
Since the dawn of retail times, brands have been trying to gain a deeper understanding of how and why their shoppers purchase products. So many tried to find clear answers and strategies by simply crunching numbers and data, but there is always one sticking point – no two buyers are the same. Every shopper has a different agenda and shopping approach. That means that there’s a real need to use special strategies and psychology to