The shopper experience . . . it’s fast. It’s methodical. It’s impulsive. It’s planned. Maybe there’s a detailed list involved or maybe it’s a quick “bread and milk” pick-up before dinner. Quite possibly, the shopper may be “showrooming” and only stopping by to check out what they will later purchase online. Whatever the case may be, one thing that every shopper experience is, is varied.
With so many variations of the shopping experience at one given time, how do you, as the supplier, grab the consumer’s attention? On shelf, in aisle, at check-out . . . you’ve made it into the world’s largest retailer, now how do you best utilize the retail space you were awarded? Buyers expect results and at Richardson Retail, we help you maximize those results.