Getting your brand noticed at retail takes an industry leader within the in-store merchandising industry. Our work encompasses vast experience in designing and producing creative, branded point of purchase displays and kiosks to connect with today’s consumer for any in-store environment.
Kiosks are an effective tool in branding efforts targeting the modern connected consumer. Offering customers everything from convenience to personalization, kiosks maximize the patron’s experience while delivering steady opportunities for a brand or retailer’s return on investment.
Consumers want more products and fast access to products. Retailers want to sell as much product as possible. An endless aisle strategy can deliver on both but retailers need to ensure the customer experience is well thought out, according to experts.
Frank Mayer and Associates explain how by using effective merchandising a brand can disrupt a shopper's path and deliver a concise message about a product in a way that resonates with the modern consumer.
Although online shopping may be changing the retail landscape, there’s no substitute for the ability to touch a product before buying.
Growth in e-commerce does not mean the death of bricks-and-mortar retail. Yet, that doesn't mean brick-and-mortar retailers can ignore the impact of e-commerce on the way consumers shop.
People are integrating technology into their everyday lives with increasing frequency and confidence. Today’s always-on, hyper-connected, technology-filled lifestyle has influenced consumer expectations and challenged businesses in nearly every industry.
As more and more restaurant chains explore the use of self-order kiosks, the technology may be on the road to widespread acceptance.
The process of designing displays for your dealer networks in the flooring, paint, or home improvement industries presents a unique set of challenges. Build your framework around five questions when developing display programs for home improvement dealer networks.
The ball has dropped, the confetti has fallen, and the new year has officially been ushered in. With 2017 on the horizon, it’s time to look to the future.
LaCie, a storage solutions vendor, is expanding its product line and tapping in-store displays designed by Frank Mayer and Associates to showcase wares in retail. LaCie in-line displays are being deployed at independent computer retailers nationwide. Each holds four LaCie products.
The retail sector has come a long way from the days of the cheesy cardboard cutout display standing near a pile of products or welcoming customers to a new store selection.
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Like a runner setting the pace, at retail the consumer sets the pace.
Recon’s smart eyewear finds a home in a smart innovative display program.
How can we make displays last, carry a consistent brand message, and yet still appease the need of our audience for change?
This year the retail industry will see continued growth in using technology in-store but this time we will have a better understanding of how and why we use it.
Now, select Best Buy customers will be able to see 3D printers in action with new 3D printing kiosks designed as a partnership between kiosk manufacturer Frank Mayer and Associates Inc and ROBO 3D.
Frank Mayer and Associates is partnering with Wilsonart on a new line of surface materials.
The Shell Fuel Rewards kiosk program, developed by Frank Mayer and Associates, recently won an award for Best Retail Deployment at the ICX Association Industry Excellence Awards.
Millennials controlling 70 percent of the spending power in the U.S. creates vast uncertainty among retailers, but with the strongest economy in years, optimism prevails as we begin 2015.