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Questions to Ask When Dealing With Display Fixtures and Materials

If you are setting up a new display in your store, you may be looking into different display fixtures and materials. Or, you may have outside assistance, like working with a design company. Either way, you will want to check into the potential companies that you are going to work with. Below are a few questions to help make sure you get the best quality work and materials for your showroom.

  • What fixtures do you have available?
    Not all companies stock the same products, and what type of fixtures you need to purchase will vary depending on the store you own. For instance, if you are setting up a window for a clothing store, you will need items like clothing racks, mannequins, and hangers. When setting up an exhibit for an antique shop, on the other hand, you may want glass display cases, special lighting fixtures, and slatwalls to hang products on.

  • What experience do you have designing and installing other store displays?
    If you are working with a designer, it may help if they have set up showrooms for similar companies before. Ask them to supply you with before and after pictures, or a list of references.

  • Do you have a special distributor that you work with?
    Any company you hire may have established contacts within the industry that can help you get discounts. See if the distributor deals in the same kind of grid boards, cases, or other materials that you need.

  • What other types of materials do you work with?
    The company may specialize in certain types of stands or cases. Make sure that they can supply you with everything you need, from wood boards for your walls, to unique light fixtures.
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    Display fixtures and materials can make or break the success of a store. How you display your merchandise can either be appealing to customers and make them want to buy the item, or it can fade into the background and the customer will never notice the product. Marketing experts are involved in which types of display cases, signs and acrylic fixtures are most effective at capturing the attention of shoppers.

    Fashion designers also have a hand in this, too, such as with the creation of clothing mannequins. Retail managers are responsible for organizing the display fixtures, such as slats, racks, hangers and tables. They can purchase the necessary supply items from a wholesaler of display fixtures and have them delivered. That company may also provide set-up of the larger items, such as cases, shelf units and grids.

    Retailers can place clothing on tables, folded attractively, and they can arrange a jewelry supply within glass cabinets that feature just enough bright light to show the sparkle of items like jewelry. They can also place signs where they’ll most likely be noticed. These signs most notably include sale signs drawing customer attention to discounted merchandise.

    Professionals in this business should be skilled in sales, business, marketing and communication. Wholesalers of wooden display fixtures and materials often offer a bulk discount off large orders. They may boast websites that showcase products like stands, wall cases and boards. Some may be on clearance, making for great closeout deals. Stores can buy direct from the manufacturer or distributor when they need to stock up on boards, cases and plastic cases. They may have to set up an account to enjoy bulk discounts, either over the phone or on the website.