This year, as part of the sales expositions, Mattoni bet on original iridescent displays and pallet displays.
Barbecue simply belongs to summer. Hardly anybody can refuse the sun’s rays, whiskey, and well-prepared meat.
The producer of one of the oldest Czech mineral waters – Ondrášovka, the company Kofola ČeskoSlovensko, has invested in technologies that think about nature protection and reflect the demanding requirements for sustainability.
Interesting project for customers of the Alza showroom in Chrášťany, Prague, presents white and black goods from the MORA and Hisense brands.
Kofola ČeskoSlovensko has introduced its traditional drinks Kofola, Vinea, and Rajec in returnable bottles to the retail network this year.
New job orders require new and larger premises – that is why in April we opened a new assembly hall, which is located just a short distance from our Headquarters in Zdice.
How to inform customers that Birell Světlý represents an improved recipe after thirty years?
Three years ago, we produced, at first glance, ordinary metal displays for the company AkzoNobel, which sells decorative paints. Since then, we have been working with them regularly.
Easter is another time for traders right after Christmas when they can let their imagination run riot and cut a dash with some imaginative display.
Last year, we recorded a 40% increase in turnover in cardboard projects.
Canon shop-in-shop in Ljubljana
The shop-in-shop we made for Canon shows buyers the selected printer and photo products. This raises brand awareness among visitors, which was also one of the main goals.
The target group, Canon is aiming at by selecting products to be displayed, represents a wide audience. It consists mainly of young people 14 to 20 years old. It also includes families with children. We then designed the appearance of the promo-stall according to our targeting. “We divided it into three main parts. On the right, there is a rounded table covered with pictures of young people taking pictures. This part should primarily attract the younger generation. On the other hand, the simplicity of the display on the left is aimed at families,” explains Jan Slabý, our Project Manager.
The rear part of the shop-in-shop should also entertain the visitors. First, they can borrow one of the displayed cameras and take various pictures and then print them using the printers prepared on the back panel. The customer can attach the printed image to the wall. Together, this creates a mosaic, anyone can enlarge with his / her pictures,” adds Jan Slabý.
We used several different materials during the production, as laminate, metal or plastic elements. The visibility of the exposure is being highlighted by the LED lighting in the foreground, which is built-in under the tops of both tables. Along with the displayed goods, the display was delivered and placed with a security system, which must not be missing in similar realizations.
So far, the shop-in-shop has been created in just one version. Now, Slovenian customers will find it in one of the showrooms in Ljubljana, where it will stay permanently.
Your Dago Team