For years, the design:retail Forum has covered topics and discussions of the issues that concern the leaders in the retail design community. This event is the longest-running of its kind, and it brings together retail design industry leaders, from store designers to visual merchandising retail executives and anyone else who is ready to build relationships and discuss the latest trends with leading minds in the retail design industry.
A good printer understands the fluctuating, fast-paced nature of the retail industry. You need your printer to be flexible because markets shift, you have to move inventory, and suddenly you need your promo material yesterday.
Some things are out of your hands. What can you control? There are indeed steps you can take to curb costs and reduce the confusion when it comes to ordering store signage. Here are our best practices to help you plan ahead—your printer will thank you!
In an effort to appeal to the urban customer, Lowe’s went further than just shrinking down their footprint for a smaller scale store. They went to great efforts to truly understand the lifestyle of the city dweller and the end result is nothing short of amazing! The Upper West Side and Chelsea neighborhoods are home to two new debut Lowe’s concept stores, each around 30,000 sq. ft.