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Photo: Nick Crosbie, copyright: AirClad

... Nick Crosbie, AirClad


Furniture that suit the needs at any time or any place: Pop up and mobile structures for exhibition construction and live events are becoming increasingly interesting. AirClad is one of those systems that can be used anywhere. Nick Crosbie, Creative Director at AirClad, provides an insight into the AIR-Lounge at EuroShop 2017.
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Photo: Hiddo Hilboezen, copyright: Checkpoint Systems

... Hiddo Hilboezen, Checkpoint Systems


RFID solutions have so far been increasingly used in the fashion trade. The main objective here is to reduce losses due to retail shrinkage. But there is also great potential in the food retail industry, says Hiddo Hilboezen, Vice President of Sales for Merchandise Availability Solutions Germany / Benelux at Checkpoint Systems.
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Photo: Ulrich Wirtz, copyright: Novatec

... Ulrich Wirtz, Novatec Sicherheit & Logistik GmbH


Hardly any industry sector today is as under pressure as the retail industry. If it wants to achieve sustainable customer loyalty and generate added value, the sector needs to understand consumer behavior and offer customers an attractive, secure shopping environment. Ulrich Wirtz, from Novatec Sicherheit & Logistik GmbH, talks about trends, developments, and technologies.
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Photo: Tudor Andronic, copyright: Bizerba

... Tudor Andronic, Bizerba


They are in every supermarket: scales. The more stores a retailer needs to coordinate, the harder it is for him or her to adapt to new standards and update functions. Tudor Andronic, Director Global Retail Solutions at Bizerba explains how apps for weighing systems can provide assistance.
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Photo: Jean Marc Mesguich, copyright: Window France

... Jean Marc Mesguich, Window France


Adaptable like a chameleon: this is what mannequins can look like today. Jean Marc Mesguich, CEO of Window France, explains how manufacturers of mannequins can implement this trend with state-of-the-art 3D technology.
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Photo: Guido Mamczur, copyright: D’art Design Gruppe

... Guido Mamczur, D’art Design Gruppe


Retailers need to know their customers and preferably each of them individually. This is the key to a good customer relationship. Guido Mamczur, Managing Director of the D'art Design Group, explains what this means for retail design in the near future.
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Photo: Mr. Meng Jia, copyright: Saneboon

... Meng Jia, Saneboon


The right door to the store: Depending on the size and the concept of the shop, retailers can choose from a wide range of entrance options today. A brief insight is given by Meng Jia of Saneboon.
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Photo: Tom van Soest; copyright: Visual Retailing

... Tom van Soest, Visual Retailing BV


Visual merchandising processes are not that easy to plan. A better in-store cus-tomer experience can be achieved through automated planograms that lead to a better sell-through. Tom van Soest explains in the short interview how to create a consistent brand identity with digital mock-ups.
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Photo: Michael Ostertag-Henning

... Michael Ostertag-Henning, Schmidhuber Brand Experience


Hasty campaigns to promote brand appearance are the biggest pitfall for companies, says Michael Ostertag-Henning. In this short interview, he explains what really matters.
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Photo: Simon Damböck

... Simon Damböck, atelier damböck


The brand takes top priority: trade show booths of today look differently than they did even just a few short years ago. In this interview, Simon Damböck, Managing Director of the trade fair construction company atelier damböck talks about this fact and more.
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