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Creating Retail Displays That Sell

Updated June 21, 2016

Creating an attractive product display can draw the customer in, promote a slow-moving item, announce a sale, or highlight new arrivals. If your store front is fortunate enough to feature one or more windows, then you have one of the most proven (and least expensive) forms of advertising at your disposal.

Some stores located in a mall or other structure may lack windows, but don t despair. There are many places throughout the store to build beautiful displays.

First, stand at the threshold of your store. This si the doorway. Typically, you walk right in to your store and don t pay attention. Stand where you strummer stands and see what your customer sees. What do you see? What draws you attention? It might be a good thing drawing it (beautiful display) or a bad thing (trash or empty shelves.) Take a look at the flow of traffic in your store. Are there any areas that are a focal point for customers?

Your town may have individuals or visual merchandising companies you can hire to dress your windows, but if you re concerned with saving money, the following tips will help you create an attractive display.

Visual Display Tool Box

Before designing a product display, put together a visual display tool box to keep on hand. By having all of these items in one location it will save time in actually preparing the display.

  • Scissors, Stapler, Two-Sided Tape, Pins
  • Hot glue sticks and glue gun
  • Monofilament Fishing Line
  • Tape Measure
  • Razor Blade/Utility Knife
  • Toolkit with Hammer, Nails, Screwdriver, Screws
  • Notepad, Pencil, Marker
  • Signage. Sign Holders
  • Glass Cleaner/Paper Towels
  • Props (Non-merchandise Items)

Take time to plan the display. Consider what you want to accomplish, develop a budget and determine a central theme.

You may even want to sketch your display on paper. Gather your visual display tool box, the merchandise and any props. Make sure all materials and location (tables, windows, racks) are clean. Choose a slow time of the day or build the display after hours. In my experience, doing the displays during open hours created energy in the store.

Elements of Effective Visual Merchandising

  • Balance: Asymmetrical rather than symmetrical balance with the display.
  • Size of Objects: Place the largest object into display first.
  • Color: Helps set mood and feelings.
  • Focal Point: Where product and props/signage and background come together.
  • Lighting: Should accent focal point, if possible.
  • Signage. The one element I often see missed is signage. It can make or break the display.
  • Simplicity: Less is more so know when to stop and don t add too many items.

Once the display is finished, add appropriate signage. Take photos of the display and keep record of the product sales during the display s existence. Save your information in a file folder for easy reference.

By documenting its success, you can re-create the display next year or if it flops, you can make sure you don t repeat the same mistakes.

Involve your employees. They have some great ideas. Connect your displays to your marketing and advertising. By this, I mean do a display that coordinates with the current ad. Use props to set the mood. For example, in my shoe stores, we used to put sand and shells on the table with the flip flops. Or in the Fall, we put a basket of leaves and apples with the hiking boots. By using these props, we were connecting to multiple senses of the customer, not just the eyes. The sand and the apples made the customers picture themselves at the beach or on a hike. These added touches definitely increased our sales. And they were cheap and easy.

Like any other aspect of retailing, creating an attractive display takes a little skill and lots of trial and error. As your store changes, so will your opportunities for visual displays. Keep working at designing eye-catching and innovative ways to make your retail store profitable through visual merchandising. The bottom line – a display is the cheapest employee on the planet. It can sell merchandise for you if you do it right. And it doesn t require a paycheck or benefits and never calls in sick. Well as long as its kept up that is.


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In 2017 zal op 25 november op dezelfde dag als de Teamrit Kaartlezen voor het eerst ook een Teamrit Klassiek worden georganiseerd.

In afwijking van wat tot nu toe gebruikelijk was, vindt de Teamrit niet plaats in december, dit in verband met de speciale wegenbelastingregeling voor classic auto s welke eindigt in november van een kalenderjaar.

Hoewel op deze datum de Bevelandrit stond gepland kan nu dankzij de positieve medewerking van GAC De Krabbenrijders de teamrit toch op 25 november worden gezet.

Meer informatie over de gecombineerde Teamritten volgt later. De organisatie zal in handen zijn van ASC De Baronierijders.

Hoe vaak moet je iets uitleggen voordat je het zelf onthoudt? In deze rubriek heb ik al verschillende keren uit de doeken gedaan hoe het zit met terug via de oude weg , al dan niet in combinatie met een 8-vormige omrijroute, dus je zou zeggen dat ik dan zelf ook weet hoe daar mee om te gaan. Maar ja, theorie en praktijk, dat is niet hetzelfde

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Nike: number of stores worldwide 2009-2016

Total number of Nike retail stores worldwide from 2009 to 2016

This timeline shows the total number of Nike retail stores worldwide from 2009 to 2016. In 2015, Nike operated a total of 931 retail stores throughout the entire world.

The number of Nike’s stores in the United States from 2009 to 2016 is to be found here .

Nike, Inc. is a sportswear and equipment supplier based in the United States that was founded in January 1964. The company’s headquarters are located near Beaverton, Oregon. Nike is the world’s leading supplier of athletic shoes and apparel and a major manufacturer of sports equipment.

US-based Nike is the world leader in athletic footwear and apparel. The company, which is traded as NKE on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), has acquired several footwear and apparel companies over its history such as Cole Haan, Bauer Hockey, Converse, Hurley International, Starter and Umbro. The Nike swoosh is one of the most recognized logos, as well as one of the most reputable athletic sponsors in the world. Nike employed approximately 57,000 people and operated more than 850 retail stores worldwide in 2014. Much of Nike’s success can be attributed to the brands worldwide marketing campaign which uses sponsorship agreements with celebrity athletes, professional sports teams and college athletic programs to use their products for the promotion of their technology and design.

Over the years, the sporting goods industry has seen many mergers and acquisitions. Key players in the industry include Reebok, Adidas, Puma and of course Nike, with the latter generating a global revenue close to 28 billion U.S. dollars in 2014. Some of these companies are joining up with fashion designers to produce new clothing styles and widen their product lines. As a result, consumption will continue to be driven by a trend toward less formal dress in the workplace and demand from specific demographics such as teenagers and baby boomers.


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Shopping can be a trial for some, and it s a widely held belief that many men can find it more of a chore than women. Aiming to improve the experience for men, Hointer added QR codes to their jeans so that customers could simply scan the code in order to get their desired size delivered to a changing room ready for them to try on. This streamlined process saves customers from having to wade through piles of clothing to find their size, ultimately speeding up a shopping trip for those who would rather be elsewhere.

2. Facebook app lets runners pay with kilometers completed

We ve seen apps that reward their users with motivational phrases when they exercise. However, Nike Mexico took this a step further with their Facebook auction, Subasta de Kilometros, which allowed runners to accrue points for every kilometre run and then use these points to bid on Nike-branded running gear in the auction. Through this app Nike Mexico cannily provided an extra incentive for runners to keep fit, at the same time as promoting their products.

3. In China, virtual reality stores turn open spaces into a supermarket

With the aim of providing a more interactive shopping experience, Yihaodian in China developed augmented reality stores that can only be accessed in certain public locations. When customers point their smartphone in the right direction at locations such as public squares, a virtual store is displayed where items sit on shelves or hang from the walls. This app provides a simulation of a physical retail store so shoppers can feel more immersed in their online shopping trip.

4. In Denmark, supermarket crowdsources suggestions for local products

As concerns grow over food air miles, and more consumers want to buy local, SuperBrugsen in Denmark has come up with a novel way of ensuring that the produce they stock will appeal to eco-minded consumers. Through their website, customers can suggest particular local items they would like the store to stock, after which managers will taste-test the items to ensure their quality. A clever way to use customer crowdsourcing to ensure that the store only stocks items that will sell. The crowds have also been put to good effect in the Netherlands through the Avoid The Shopping Crowds app that analyzes social media feeds to tell the user how busy a shop is before they enter it. Both businesses use crowdsourced data to improve real life experience.

5. Mobile app lets retail store shoppers skip the checkout lines

The convenience of popping to the shops for a few grocery items can be hampered by long queues. This was something the brains behind QThru recognized when they developed their app, which allows shoppers to browse, scan and buy products all through their phone. Skipping the queues is an appealing prospect for many, and with that in mind we also saw SoPost. which uses customer s email addresses to deliver purchases, rather than the traditional home or work address. An interesting idea that reflects the increasingly mobile lives many lead.

6. Brazilian fashion retailer displays Facebook ‘likes’ for items in its real-world stores

We ve seen those involved in retail adjust impressively to the increasingly online world we live in. C A provided a good example of how the real world and the online can converge to create a modern shopping experience. By displaying Facebook ‘likes’ on small screens embedded in articles hangers, the retailers showed the increasing tally of ‘likes’ different items of clothing were receiving from web users. The hope was that approval from the online community would encourage shoppers to purchase an item of clothing.

7. Machine accepts cards for tips

Increasingly, cash is being passed up in favor of card payments. This makes for a lighter purse, but can also mean that cash rituals such as tipping can be left by the way side. DipJar aims to remedy this by offering an easy way for cardholders to tip, in the form of a machine placed near the till that customers need only place their card into quickly for a USD 1 tip to be taken. If they wish to give more they can just place the card the desired amount of times. A simple innovation for the retail industry that encourages generosity in a world where plastic is paramount.

8. Calming UK store campaign includes quiet shopping areas and debranded products

Facing the shops can be a fraught experience, particularly at busy times such as seasonal sales or the lead-up to Christmas. Nowhere are the staff more aware of the stress involved in shopping than at Selfridges, a huge UK department store, and they decided to lessen the burden for customers by introducing the No Noise campaign. Specifically, when customers entered designated silent areas they had to remove their shoes and hand over their phones. All products in these zones were de-branded. Concern for customers will rarely go unappreciated, and Selfridges may well have earned themselves a few life-long customers with this campaign.

9. In New York, bedroom furniture store lets customers nap for free

Making customers feel comfortable can only increase the likelihood that they will make both a purchase and a return visit. COCO-MAT took this truism quite literally, and offered a try-before-you-buy approach for their beds. Visitors to the store were allowed to nap in the beds for a couple of hours and received a free glass of orange juice, but were not obliged to buy after trying. The idea behind the campaign was to spread word of the bed store and consequently increase footfall.

10. At Brazilian retailer, RFID tracks merchandise from manufacturer to customer

Shop assistants must dread the words Have you got any more of…? seeing as it often prompts a trawl through the back room to see if an item is available in a particular size. But Brazilian Memove s RFID stock tracking technology could consign such headaches to the past thanks to tags stitched into the clothing that monitor all items from manufacturing to the moment the customer walks out of the shop with the purchased product. Keeping track of the stock supply chain can be made much simpler through the use of technology, and Memove provides a fine example.

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    In-stock products include over 7,000 unique fixtures. Many establishments use these brochure racks displays to make their brochures display look more professional and intrigue more customers. The pamphlet racks help hand out important information to interested clientele. People are naturally drawn to neatly arranged literature. Holders for magazines are great tool to organize periodicals, catalogs and other publications in the store. Magazine racks are used among many of the leading retailers, stores, doctor’s offices, even book stores. Slatwall fixtures, displays and accessories are also available to display literature and merchandise. Different industries adorn their walls with attractive banners and graphics. Poster frames and signage displays as well as other lobby fixtures are perfect for appeal and direct customers to your business. Display frames for posters and pictures are widely used in movie promotions or as effective displays in theaters, production halls, entertainment venues, cinemas, retail stores, or homes. Some businesses use smaller pictures and signage to attract consumers. Peruse the collection to see different options. These sign holders not only come with various sizes, but are also priced low. Restaurants and banquet halls may want to keep these advertisements right on the table. Placecard accessories are available in styles that match the wedding or event theme. There are so many solutions for all sorts of settings.

    Recently added to this online catalog are these cases for memorial and burial flags available in many wood finishes and sizes. These military displays are available in two sizes that will fit standard 3′ x 5′ or 5′ x 9.5′ banners. Flag cases come in black, oak, and cherry finishes, so customers can choose the color that best matches the décor. These triangle displays can be mounted on a wall or placed on a mantle or desktop, (pedestal sold separately). The veteran flag cases feature a glass front that keeps the emblem in view, while protecting it from damage. Set a patriotic tone within any room or office. Do you need a triangle shadow box for a burial or a veteran’s memorial service? All of the triangular military showcases can be shipped the same day if ordered before 2PM EST Monday through Friday! In addition to the selection of shadow boxes, there are countless other POP displays for users to peruse.

    Our warehouses contain hundreds of exhibition supplies and trade show accessories for businesses to satisfy a wide range of marketing display needs. As the manufacturer, supplier, and seller, we are able to ship 98% of orders within 24 hours (Monday-Friday). Even large items like retail counters, slatwall kiosks, exhibit stands, podiums and wood showcases are offered with same day shipping. This online retailer has been designing stock and custom point of purchase displays since 1974. Due to the years of experience, this company has become one of the leaders in the field. Peruse the entire collection to see thousands of merchandising tools that are in stock and ready for shipment. This online catalog is always being updated to include the latest innovations in this industry. Customers should check back often to take advantage of the incredible sales. We are dedicated to providing shoppers with the best online experience, outstanding customer service and quality merchandise. Feel free to call, message, or email a specialist with questions. Shop with the leader in this industry today!


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Nike Company Mission Statement – About Inspiration, Innovation World Athletes

Mission, Headquarters, History Founders of Nike Corporation and Retail Stores. Reprinted with permission from Nike.com

The mission of Nike’s corporate operations and retail stores is all about the athletes it serves and the inspiration and innovation Nike products provide to them. (See the complete Nike company mission statement below.)

Nike Corporation Founders Facts and Trivia

Nike began on January 25, 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports with a $500 investment from each founding partner, Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman. Phil Knight was a track and field competitor in college and Bill Bowerman was his coach. The two men started Blue Ribbon Sports as distributors of shoes manufactured by the Onitsuka company in Japan.

The first retail store opened as a BRS retail store located in Santa Monica, CA in 1966. In the early 1970 s Blue Ribbon Sports expanded beyond the shoe distribution business to become shoe manufacturers. On May 30, 1978, the company officially became Nike, Inc. a name that is credited to the imagination of the company s first employee, Jeff Johnson.

Nike Inc. World Headquarters

The Nike Inc. World Headquarters are located in Beaverton, Oregon. The Nike EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Headquarters are located in The Netherlands.

The mission statement of Nike

To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete* in the world.
*If you have a body, you are an athlete.

Reportedly the asterisked clarification came from co-founder Bill Bowerman.

In addition to its corporate mission statement, Nike has guiding principles which it refers to as its “11 Maxims” which guide employees at all levels as they complete their work at Nike and represent the Nike corporation globally. The 11 Maxims which describe and shape the Nike culture are:

  • It is our nature to innovate.
  • Nike is a company.
  • Nike is a brand.
  • Simplify and go.
  • The consumer decides.
  • Be a sponge.
  • Evolve immediately.
  • Do the right thing.
  • Master the fundamentals.
  • We are on the offense – always.
  • Remember the man. (The late Bill Bowerman, Nike co-founder)

Additionally, Nike developed what it calls its Manager Manifesto, which is a set of Core Principles that describe how Nike managers lead with excellence. The Core Principles for the Nike management team are:

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Display Ideas for Gift Retail

Welcome to the new and improved Gift Shop community — I mean magazine. But really it’s the same thing. This may look like a printed magazine, but today it is so much more. Across all. more

Specialty store lights should add drama and excitement to the customer shopping experience, boosting sales by attracting and intriguing the target market. If you have a specialty store, you can expect your customers to respond. more

The best part of going on a vacation is seeing new places, having new experiences and meeting new people. Even if you live in the most magical place on earth, it’s good to get away. more

I love this quote from Maya Angelou, and it sums up this issue — and this industry — perfectly. The retailers we serve with this magazine have such a passion for their stores and their. more

Meeting Monica Potter at her store is like seeing an old friend. A friend who has been. more

Kymberley Fraser’s specialty boutique, A Beautiful Mess Home, opened in October 2010. Located 10 miles north of Malibu, California, A Beautiful Mess Home displays industrial, primitive and European antiques. Her store creatively showcases antiques. more

By Gretchen A.C. Kroll | Special to Gift Shop I am an avid reader. I love being taken away by adventure, mystery and romance. A carefully written book spikes the imagination and leaves the reader. more

Create a store atmosphere that appeals to all of your customers’ senses. When you look around your store, do you think your display fixtures are arranged to optimize your sales? Is your merchandise presented in. more


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5 Product Display Ideas that Rock Sales

Product display is one of the keys to a successful selling. The way products are presented inside your store greatly affects the decision of your customers to buy, or simply leave the area without making any purchase.

These tips I am going to introduce you today are hoped to give your sales a kick when you are going to apply them. These tips may be not new for veterans in retailing, but these are very helpful for the new generation of retailers and other individual who are just entering the portal of the Retail Industry.

Here are the five product display ideas that rock sales.

1. Use the Suggestive Technique.

Show the items in use. Make a hamper or group items as one set, like displaying together the chopping board, knives and other cookware. This is the micro version of the popular cross merchandising, which is sometimes called add-on sales or incremental purchase.

2. Use Rack or Bin to Suggest Quality and Price.

Normally, customers expect that items in the offer bin have lower prices than those in shelves and showcases. Please take note that it doesn t mean that when you use the dump bin, you would simply dump, literally, the items into it; consider arranging the products nicely. Fold the garment properly and maintain the tidiness of the your product display.

Try to put the items which are not so attractive in nature in a classy rack to enhance its visual impact and added value.

3. Maximize the Potential of the Feature Areas

The feature areas in your stores are where the best place to put you most profitable products. Here are the different feature areas in your store:

  • Endcap. It is the hub at the end of an aisle or gondola especially in grocery stores.
  • Promotional Area. It is the location where promotions are done and promotional items are placed. Some bigger promotions are often located at the atrium of bigger stores.
  • Free Standing Fixtures. It is movable type of fixture which allow you place in a highly traffic area in your store. These are sometimes placed near the entrance of the store to give the featured product a higher visibility and buying potential.
  • Store Window. It is where a beautiful window display seen.
  • Point of Sale (POS) Display. It is found just before the checkout counter. This is sometime referred as Point of Purchase (POP); some custom POS displays are also found around the store.

The above mentioned areas in your store are also called hot spots. The third level, which is straight to eye level, of the shelves and cashier’s point are the good areas to place the items that are usually forgotten, add-ons, less necessary and unbranded products – obviously you don’t need to put rice and sugar in these areas.

4. Vary the Position, Arrangement and Style.

Once a month if can’t manage to do it twice a month, you need to give your product display a new look. Variation also helps avoid boredom to your regular customers. Make use of merchandise display techniques depending upon which one works best for the type of your products.

Use the shelving, hanging, pegging, folding, stacking and dumping merchandise display techniques.

5. Add Information on Product Display

Place an informative signage beside or near your items especially when your items have unique specification, unique quality or patented because more shoppers nowadays are wise buyers, and are after of the product quality. This will also help to lessen the repetitive tasks of sales staffs on giving the same answer to the same question of different customers.

If you more product display ideas to add on these five on the list, feel free to share them as comment.

Thank you for reading. Godspeed!

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Authentic Air Jordan + Nike Online Stores

We have put together a list of online stores that sell only authentic Air Jordans and Nike sneakers. We all have heard and seen the countless situations where you think you re buying from an authentic website, just to find out the pair of shoes you received are fake. The websites listed below are confirmed to only sell authentic Jordan s and Nike s. These stores will also have other authentic sneakers like Puma, Adidas, Reebok, New Balance and more. All the websites listed are 100% trusted with excellent customer service. You can buy with confidence.

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Authentic Air Jordan + Nike Retail Stores

Authentic Air Jordan + Nike Online Websites

Some of these websites also have boutiques where you can purchase in person

FlightClub.com The largest and well known consignment store. They have two locations in New York and one in Los Angeles.

KicksUSA.com Wide range of Nike s and Jordan s. They also have a sale section with some nice gems.

RIFLA.com Selling rare, limited and everything in between authentic sneakers. If you re in the LA area, you have to stop in.

PickYourShoes.com Most of the time they will sell shoes a week or two early for below retail.

Uptempoair.com Just like PYS, they receive a few weeks early releases, plus they have some older Retro s.

Kixclusive.com Consignment store located in New York. At times Kixclusive receives kicks that don t release for another 3 4 months.

Sneakerhead.com Nice lineup of new Nike Air Force 1 and Air Jordan s.

Shoebacca.com They don t carry the hot releases, but they do have authentic shoes.

Jumpmansneakers.com 100% Authentic. The owner is a true collector and has some heat.

Solesupremacy.com Consignment shop with super really rare and original sneakers. They have some nice deals on eBay.

AirGordons.com Don t let the name fool you, this website sells authentic shoes.

Wellgosh.com Located in the UK, Well Gosh is another authentic retailer.

Caliroots.com Good variety of Jordans and random Nikes, including running classics.

Sneakersnstuff Online store that is known to release some nice collaborations.

Endclothing.com European website. They ship to the U.S. and they sell Nike, Jordan, adidas and more. Since based overseas, you can grab a release hours before the U.S. launches.

Undefeated.com Not just known for their own clothing line, they also carry a wide selection of sneakers.

Urbanoutfitters.com We all have heard of them. Some selection of Nike s but no Jordan s.

Urbanindustry.co.uk Sells Nike s amongst other brands.

Solestop.com Older Nike SB and Basketball shoes. Amongst are older Air Jordan Retro s.

Oqium.com Adult and kids Air Jordans.

Purchaze.com A lot of Nike trainers, but a selection of Air Forces and Jordan s.

RMKStore.com Early released Nike s and Air Jordan s.

Shiekhshoes.com Decent online selection of Nike s, their in-store locations have more to offer.

Skateparkoftampa.com Great place to purchase Nike SB s.

Sneakerpolitics.com Their online store mainly carries sneaker inspired clothing, while they have a few pair of kicks here and there.

CCS.com Great place to pick up Nike SB s and other skate shoes.

Cmonwealth.com No Jordan s, but they have a Nike Sportswear account.

Flatspot.com Has the newest Nike SB s.

Coolshoeshine.com Started out as an eBay consignment store, now they have formed a website and boutique.

Mentalkicks.com Super rare and hard to find sneakers including samples. They also receive early drops as well.

Instyleshoes.com Merged with Uptempoair.com. A ton of Nike and Air Jordan s, old retro s and newer kicks.

Hanon-Shop.com Known for their classic Nike Sportswear models.

JDSports.co.uk A ton of exclusive Nike s only sold at JD Sports.

Kix-Files.com Good amount of Nike s and Jordan s, but some are priced above retail.

Marqueesole.com Early released site, selling authentic Jordan s and Nike s months before the official release.

Napsize.com Apart of the Rif LA family.

Industrialrideshop.com Carries Nike SB and 6.0 amongst other skate shoes.

MIAskateshop.com Wide range of Nike SB models.

Tactics.com Skate shop that sells Nike SB s online. People sleep on this store, so you can pick up some already release SB s rather easily.