Marquis Spas International Meeting

01/12/2016
 

Comprehensive seminar on visual merchandising, store design, display and new concepts for Marquis stores and products. Included will be focal areas, visuals, graphics, decor, lighting, signage and sensory merchandising.

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Seattle Gift Show

01/12/2016
 

NEW TRENDS IN RETAIL DESIGN AND SMART TIPS FOR FRESH VISUAL MERCHANDISING                                                                      1-2pm
Wonder how to get that “wow” factor in your store? Want to learn what’s new and cool that can work for you? All that plus visual merchandising tips for frustrating fixtures as well as how to make your focal areas fabulous in this interesting session.

TURNING CUSTOMER CRAZINESS INTO SALES
2:30-3:30 pm
Understanding the psychology of what people respond to will help you give customers what they want. What gets people to buy from you instead of your neighbor or the big box down the street? How and why people buy starts with the experience they feel when they see your store. Learn how to increase the positive experiences for your customers using the knowledge of how they shop, how they’d prefer to shop and what simple, affordable and small things you can do right now to increase your sales and your customers positive perceptions of your store.

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Martin Automotive Group

12/25/2013
 

Refresh & Repeat: 10 Secrets to Keeping Your Automotive Store New and Exciting 01/21/2014

 

 

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  • “"Linda is a gifted communicator and highly talented visual merchandiser." G. Murray Stranks, Perennial, Inc. ”
  • “I consult on New Store Design, Visual Merchandising, Branding and Renovations”
  • “I train Corporate & Independent retailers plus their staff in all aspects of Visual Merchandising to maintain their image. ”
  • “My seminars and workshops on Visual Merchandising & Store Design are considered to be some of the best in the world.”
  • “I work with all types of retailers to create an image that will attract and retain customers.”