In previous blogs we discussed your retail ecosystem and merchandising as a part of a broader discussion on the in-store experience. This blog will tie the first leg of our journey together with merchandising options offered by VoiceComm. We’re proud to offer several exciting options from our brand partners that are sure to suit the smallest mom-and-pop shop up to the more sophisticated multi-store operations. We offer three main types of merchandising displays for you to consider in your stores, and they’re all great.
Your Retail Ecosystem
Our last blog kicked off a series exploring the in-store experience. We urge you to read it if you’re at all interested in learning more about the topic of merchandising. It’s pretty good, and we’re not saying it because we wrote it! As for this week, if the title didn’t tip you off, this blog focuses on the retail ecosystem. You’ll notice we not only researched outside sources for the piece, but reached from within VoiceComm’s deep bench of professional sales people…
It’s no small secret that big box retailers such as Best Buy have had a hard time adjusting to our digital retail world. But recently, as reported by the StarTribune, Best Buy had a stronger than expected quarter. Best Buy’s CEO commented on the strong quarter saying “Merchandising, marketing and operational execution were the tactical drivers of our better-than-expected first quarter financial results.” We’ve all heard the term “merchandising,” but what does it mean?