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Creating A High End Look Using Simple Acrylic Trays

Acrylic trays are useful in displaying small products on tables and other surfaces where shelving and display cases won’t do the product justice. They come with a modern design that will help bring attention to  your products.

 If you run a store with plenty of shelving, you can purchase acrylic trays to aid in displaying certain products you are looking to sell. These displays are small, lightweight, and can be bought in a bundle for one low price. These acrylic trays are also great to use at your Point of Sale for impulse purchases.! 
 
 

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ESL Newsletter IX

There are 6 ways that electronic shelf labels can help retailers manage inventory levels in the store. By Eileen Keehan

 Maintaining inventory levels is the lifeblood of the retail industry: Too much inventory leads to overstocks and too little inventory leads to out-of-stocks. According to the IHL Group, overstocks and out-of-stocks, or inventory distortion as the analyst firm refers to it, cost retailers close to $1.1 trillion a year globally.

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ESL Newsletter VIII

Multi-channel retail is making your products available for purchase using more than one outlet: common multi-channel would include online platforms such as your website, Amazon, Facebook, eBay, Etsy, and offline channels such as a brick-and-mortar store, pop-up stores at Farmers Markets, sporting or music venues and other physical outlets.

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ESL Newsletter VI

The modern consumer demands more and is ever keen on initiatives by a retailer to enhance their shopping experience. An advanced solution to ensure shoppers always get the price right is to invest in the industry revolutionizing electronic shelf labels.

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ESL Newsletter III

As most retailers can attest, perceived inconsistencies between the online and offline worlds can lead to customer dissatisfaction and ultimately lost sales. Consumers believe it’s not possible to receive the same promotion or rebate in-store as online. They also believe that prices are always lower online and inventory is more accurately portrayed online than in a physical store. These perceptions are among the reasons that consumers are increasingly bypassing the physical store in favor of shopping online. Brick and mortar stores must find a way to create seamless channel experiences in order to maintain customers’ desire for consistent in-store experiences and real-time product information.

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ESL Newsletter IV

Today more than ever the customer must be first, shopping should be an experience, pricing must be up to date and information abundant. Successful stores are doing what they can to create a customer-centric experience, deliver personalization and invest in any way to attract and keep shoppers. The question begs “How do I create an experience?” “How do I match an online store’s ability to update pricing quickly?” "How do I give customers the information needed to make an informed decision?”

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ESL Newsletter V

Yes, that $2.75 coffee cup is $2.75.  Not too sure about you but it irks me when I see a price that says $1.79 plus tax, and when I get to the register it is $1.99 plus tax. Most of the time businesses will let it pass as I may be remembering wrong or it is just not worth mentioning. If this happens often enough, I may consider shopping somewhere else, sure your customer feels the same way.

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How to Effectively Attract Customers to Your Retail Shop?

Financial profit is what every business dreams to achieve, however that is only achievable by attracting customers to your store and retaining them. While having customers come into your space may be easy, retaining these customers can be a challenge.

Below are some tips to not only increase your retail store’s foot traffic, but also to help you create a company that individuals come back to time and time again:

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