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How do i see Colorplus store at Connaught Place

I admire CP as a brand for its authentic approach towards product designing, marketing access and sales platform. However, this visit report is based on my own understanding & observations about the brand’s presentation, visual strategies & communication. 949 more words


Rider Mania January 2015

A motorcycle themed window display for the Rider Mania January 2015.

The Party Bee

The Party Bee

VIDEO: RBM Technologies and SAP talk about future of mobile retail at Mobile World Congress

RBM Technologies’ strategic partnership with SAP brings leading cloud technology to the telco and wireless retail industry over the past 10 years. RBM’s solutions with visual merchandising, planogram automation, precise merchandise assortment execution and mobile in-store compliance solutions are featured SAP’s booth at Mobile World Congress this week. 18 more words

Visual Merchandising

3 Reasons why third party merchandisers need an in-store execution software solution

Many retailers today outsource their field execution team in order to place product and visual merchandising elements within their stores. While outsourcing is convenient for most retailers, retailers have very little visibility into if and how promotions are being executed within their stores. 759 more words

Retail Localization

Dover Street Market

This place is legendary in my eyes. Although I had never been before, I had heard only crazy good things about it and had even searched for the NYC branch a few weeks ago (had no luck, I think due to a merchandising revamp!). 372 more words


The Free People VM @ NYC Store

On Tuesday evening as we were walking down 5th Avenue and enjoying the beautiful Rockefeller Christmas tree, we spotted The Free People store. This is a brand that I am not familiar with, and I am even unsure if they sell in the UK. 41 more words

New York

Lilly Pulitzer for Target- Everything I Could Possible Want for Summer Parties

As I write this, its 9 degree and snowing its balls off. December had a whopping 17 minutes of sunlight.

Not 17 days.

17 MINUTES. 278 more words