Both gridwall and slatwall are great options for your shop display. They both allow you to quickly and efficiently change the look of the display and move around products without hassle. In addition, they don’t detract from the items you want to catch the eye of your customers.
Christmas is coming and it is the time of year when thoughts turn to the big window display that will entice the shoppers into your store. You need to make a visual impact, tell a story and make sure everyone who sees it feels as festive as possible. After the horrorshow of 2020, we need that more than ever! Here are six ideas for merchandising for Christmas with child mannequin displays.
When it comes to shop displays, the more eye-catching the better. This is why incorporating flexible mannequins into them is such a good idea. These moveable dummies stand out from the crowd because you can bend them at various points on their bodies, setting them in any number of different poses. Because of this adaptability, you can create some truly unique displays to encourage shoppers to come into your shop and spend some money.
The coronavirus lockdown was incredibly tough for retail, but there may well be one or two glimmers of hope now that shops are open once again. One of the unexpected consequences of the shutdown was that many people took up new forms of exercise. Whether it was to alleviate boredom and loneliness or merely to work off the stockpile of chocolate they had made their way through, these are new potential customers for sports retailers. And there is a host of sports mannequins available to target your displays directly at them.
Although there is talk of local lockdowns, circuit breakers and second waves, the high street is back open again following a long period of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. This chance to trade again is very much welcomed by retailers across the country, but it brings with it a number of issues. How to reassure staff that they will be safe at work and how to instill confidence in your customers that you will look after them while they visit are two huge problems to overcome, and Covid-secure PPE can provide the solutions.
In a world that is as competitive as the retail environment, standing out is key. What can you do to tempt a shopper into your store rather than your closest rival’s? The impact of your display from your windows to your clothes rails is an important consideration and can make sure that people notice you, remember you and choose to visit you.
Although most shops have now reopened to the public, the high street experience is still a long way from being normal. Shoppers are still cautious about spending time in enclosed retail outlets due to the coronavirus pandemic and staff members are also concerned about their safety, spending so much time around members of the public. However, clothes rails could be the answer to some of the safety issues thrown up by Covid-19. It sounds strange, but there are a number of benefits of using clothes rails for shop displays in these strange times.
Sports mannequins are the perfect way to appeal to the huge number of people who have either taken up exercise seriously for the first time or who are looking to move their workouts into their home while the coronavirus pandemic rolls on. Exercise was one way people kept themselves sane through particularly the early stages of lockdown and gyms are not operating as they were pre-Covid, so you need to make the most of this fresh audience.
If you run a small business in the sports or clothing sector, sports mannequins are the essential retail display item that you need to get hold of right now. The traditional boost to the fitness industry usually comes after the overindulgence of Christmas, but the Covid-19 lockdown has led to a new normal for the way we exercise and this could benefit your business.
Clothes rails are an important part of fashion displays, but there is a lot to consider when fitting out your shop. They need to serve a number of purposes at once. Not only do garment rails offer easy access to your products, but they also form part of your display and your brand so need to look great. In addition, they help create the customer flow around the shop, guiding the public towards the stock you want them to consider as a priority.