Blog Archive : Month: November 2016

5 Fabulous Examples of New Year’s Retail Displays

The countdown has begun, and before you know it, the year will be over.

You know what that means: it’s time to start planning your New Year’s Retail Displays.

Need a little inspiration? We’ve got you covered. Here, we’re bringing you our 5 all-time favorite examples of New Year’s display decor, from interactive displays to POP options, and everything in between. Let the party begin!

Make it POP
And we aren’t talking about the bubbles…These are some great ideas for a POP display that will perfectly sit atop your store’s counter, creating that festive look to add to your shoppers’ New Year’s festivities.

Cardboard Liquor Display

This year, why not help your customers out with what may be a very rough morning-after, also known as: the first day of the year? We love the idea of including some POP retail displays selling smaller doses of pain relief medication, like Advil. They’re small enough to fit on your register’s countertop, and you could even tack on a funny note like “Trust us, you’ll wish you had bought this tomorrow morning.” It’s convenient, clever, and shows customers you have a sense of humor.

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POP vs. POS Displays: What’s the Difference?

If you’ve dipped your toe into the world of retail displays, you’ve probably heard the terms POS and POP before. These abbreviations, short for point of sale and point of purchase, are often used interchangeably. We’re here to dispel the confusion and explain exactly what sets these display styles apart so that you can choose the best one for your needs.

Point of Sale Display - POS Display

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