Retail

We have extensive experience in retail

A lifetime in retailTraining Toy Dept Staff at Harrods

Retail is at the heart of everything we do.  POS and POP Design, Store Design and Retail Training.

A lifetime in retail has resulted in experience across various sectors; from leisure, catering, music retail, global electronic brands, luxury retailing, department stores, garden centres, concessions, international shows and specialist retail.  We have successfully developed our own retail operations, from conception to international roll-out of 500+ stores.

Much innovation happens in leading UK retailers, we are fortunate to have gained experience working with retail beacons like Harrods, House of Fraser, Debenhams, Virgin Megastores, Leekes, Ideal Home Show, Co-op, Beatties, Dunhelm Mill and Halfords, plus international music brand Roland Corporation.

Sharing Knowledge

It is one thing to experience retail at various levels, the gift is transferring this experience into digestible advice and support for independent and specialist retailers, which is our talent.

We take pride in our style, approach and coaching skills.

Understanding retail

Having lived retail, we understand the challenges that specialist and independent retailers face. How a sunny day can kill footfall, how competition from the internet and supermarkets can erode your profit margins.  We have worked hard to develop practical solutions, that can be implemented with minimal investment.

We make your till ring!

This is more than a strap line, it drives everything we do with our clients.  Read our case studies and testimonials to see that no stone is left unturned until your business grows, profitably.

More Retail Articles

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    Using Perceptual Contrast in your Store. In part 1 we discovered the concept of perceptual contrast – and how the technique was successfully used on me to buy a more expensive holiday than I had Continue Reading

  • Stimulating the Senses: Taste a girl eating a strawberry

    We are understood to have approximately 10,000 taste buds.  They can recall specific memories and feelings from particular tastes. 

  • Stimulating the Senses Kerching-Retail-blog-stimulate-the-senses

    Through neuro-marketing research, that looks inside the brain when we make decisions, researchers have been able to pinpoint particular parts of the brain that are involved with making buying decisions.  It is now much clearer Continue Reading

  • Summer Promotions Kerching-Retail-Blog-Summer-Promotions

    Now that summer is upon us, what can retailers do to ensure that customers still flood their stores? For some businesses the summer months are boom trading periods, for most it is a time where Continue Reading

  • Choosing the right promotion to put in your hotspots Kerching Retail Sales Promotions

    Retail consultant Corin Birchall offers advice on choosing the right merchandise or offer for your promotional hotspot.   In this exercise we are going to introduce three different types of promotion to demonstrate a series Continue Reading

  • Music instore Music Instore Kerching

    Can the music you play in-store help create sales? Well yes it can, and if used intelligently music can create sales in your store too. There are a number of aspects we need to consider Continue Reading

  • Free – The price of free. Kerching_Retail_The_Price_of_Free

    Free is not another price and is not a zero price either.  Interestingly, you cannot buy something for free.  We get an emotional charge when something is free.  It is very hard to truly comprehend, Continue Reading

  • What is Digital Signage & In store Media Screens? What is digital signage kerching retail

    What is digital signage?   In a retail context, digital signage is a developing field in which traditional posters are replaced by screens showing slideshows or video content.  In simplistic terms a “TV replacing a Continue Reading

  • Getting online, the novice guide Kerching-retail-blog-getting-online

    Many independent retailers have aspirations to sell online, but underestimate the level of work or expertise required to have a successful online store. A website can work for you in two ways.   Attract customers Continue Reading

  • Why, how and what for a business.

    One aspect of retailing that traders can over look is the why, how and what they do.  Sure they sell products and services – but why have they chosen the products they have. The why Continue Reading

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