The energy drink brand Semtex comes together with the communication agency Dago with new shop-in-shops customers can see in selected Albert hypermarkets.
Red Bull is back with a new seasonal edition of its energy drinks.
The producer of the popular Czech beer – Plzeňský Prazdroj - has joined forces with the communication agency Dago. Their joint work resulted in displays in the form of the Jubilee Pilsen Gate and customers could see them in the sales areas of Albert supermarkets and...
The prestigious European competition POPAI Awards Paris knows its winners. The winning projects, selected by an expert jury, were announced on September 15th in Paris.
Use the sales power of seasonal POS – emotions are on the alert, sales support and brand building in action
It’s no surprise that Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and other holiday seasons are specific and strong sales seasons for many products.
To launch Natura brand spring waters to the Slovak market, the Coca-Cola HBC company decided to use the sales area of the Tesco chain. The company Dago took care of promotion.
Two years ago, Marek Končitík, the new CEO of Dago, used the Covid situation to completely restructure the company.
A new display from GSK and its brands Odol, Corega, Parodontax, and Sensodyne will show you how to do good oral hygiene.
Wine ranks among the most popular alcoholic beverages of Czechs. In the Albert stores, they are therefore expanding the assortment of the private brand Sommelier collection and presenting it to customers in a new display.
Soft drinks represent a very comprehensive product segment. These include classic and flavoured waters, energy drinks, coffee, cola drinks, juices, and, last but not least, non-alcoholic beers, which are sought after mainly in the summer months.
Gardening, on your marks! Evaluation for Marketing & Media
The main sales support for the horticultural assortment is starting right now. The POS implementation gallery shows what works. Selected foreign displays for the Marketing & Media magazine were evaluated by our PR coordinator Radka Hejduková.
We are a nation of gardeners, so my generation still is, and our parents are definitely. We are the ideal target group for all hobby markets, garden centres, and florists. Since April, shopping – or perhaps trips – in garden centres has been a real enjoyment. Starting with the crowded parking lot, through the crowds at the vegetable seedlings, and pushing through the best annual flowers, to the queues at the cash desks. I wonder where the desire, the ambition to grow own plants, comes from. Apparently it’s been in us since ancient times. And then the effort ends with a surplus of zucchini that everyone offers to everyone and no one wants them.
But, of course, the field of horticultural supplies are commodities like any others, and its specificity of strong sales in the spring and summer is something that traders, and especially marketers, must take into account. The “word of mouth” definitely works for garden centres, and for garden tool manufacturers themselves, the subsequent presentation in the store is crucial. So the display has to be so engaging that you think you really have to buy the secateurs and that your existing hoe isn’t worth it anymore.
Another key to success is clarity and navigation – no one wants to spend ten minutes in a store just looking for a brush-cutter. And the staff, it´s Alpha and Omega. You can plan to buy just some small, ordinary mower, and you can leave with the most modern battery mower. In addition to this sales and marketing base, stores can go further, their potential is huge; people spent time in gardens and on balconies instead of on holidays during Covid. As a nation, we spend 30 billion crowns a year in hobby markets. Of course, it’s not just for gardening supplies and all the things for gardens, but still. I would not be afraid to use the pop-up store concept at all, it would be ideal for a spring “raid” of customers longing exclusively for seedlings, for example. Offer a sitting area with coffee and snacks so that “exhausted” customers can relax and gain energy, and think about what else to buy. By the way, do you have everything for the season?
- Gardena campaign and shop-in-shop
We appreciate how Gardena has creatively approached in-store promotion of her products. That’s exactly it; don’t be afraid to step out of the expected performance and show customers around the jungle of gardening supplies and aids with fun and amusement. Make a display out of a palm tree or expedition jeep.
- Moss and Moor visual identity
I also highly value the concept of Moss and Moor’s store and visual identity, which ambitiously fulfils its claim to be more than a garden centre. Spaciousness, airiness, clarity of arrangement, and relax zone with a café; you can´t even imagine meeting any nervous or hurried shoppers here.
- Displays for Kent & Stowe
Not only offering different types of gardening tools, but also explaining why to choose this or that, and how to work with it, this is my third favourite, Kent & Stove. Handy displays and shelving systems that have a common factor – clarity, and ease of choice for purchasing.
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