Retail displays come in all shapes and sizes. Some types of displays are best suited for particular product categories, while others are best for specific retail environments. A spacious club store may have room for a larger setup, while a small convenience store may only allow for low-profile inline displays with smaller footprints.
After accounting for your retail partner’s requirements, you have a few more considerations. A heavier or high-turnover product will need a larger structure that’s sturdy enough to support the products. Likewise, exhibiting several items will require a display with enough room to let each product shine. Space-saving and low-profile display designs usually work best with smaller goods.
Next, you’ll want to consider the locations available within the stores where you want to showcase your products. Some displays are shaped and sized for particular retail locations. Additionally, some areas of the store are known for being particularly effective for sales because they offer high visibility and more foot traffic. To take advantage of these most coveted locations, you’ll need the correct type of display.