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How To Improve An In-Store Customer Experience

Post-pandemic, the customer experience underwent a seismic transformation. From regular in-store shopping to online ordering, consumers entered a more digital world. Now the restrictions are lifted, the retail, hospitality, and event industries can expect their first proper holiday season in years. Customers and visitors are returning to brick-and-mortar shops and venues. Luckily, the world has […]

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How To Boost Impulse Buying In Your Business

According to a survey made by The Integer Group, 9 out of 10 shoppers will impulse buy something which isn’t on their list going into a store. This number may seem unusually high at first, but upon inspection it makes a lot of sense. After all, which shopper among us hasn’t given in to temptation […]

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The Value of a Positive Customer Journey in Q4

Between January 1st and September 30th, crowds and are normally manageable by your store staff. Customer journey management is easy even with the occasional peak, like Valentine’s Day or the weekend after a national holiday. These spikes in visitor traffic are normally expected and usually there are measures in place to handle the temporary increase. […]

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5 Top Tips To Effectively Manage Outdoor Queuing

How can you effectively manage outdoor queuing, in all conditions? Since the COVID-19 pandemic, outdoor queuing has become more of a regular occurrence than ever, but that’s not to say shoppers didn’t do it before and won’t be doing it after.  During busy retail periods such as Christmas and January sales, thousands of people descend […]

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5 Surprising Ways to Protect Profits this Black Friday With Retractable Belt Barrier Solutions

5 Surprising Ways to Protect Profits this Black Friday

The ‘Black Friday’ sales period is almost upon us, with TV advertising, internet browser pop-ups, and reviews to tell us which products are worth waiting for. Although largely thought of as an online phenomenon, 2016 figures from the US show that 101.7 million people braved the crowds to shop in physical retail stores over the […]

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