Italians can enjoy life. Their food, summer drinks, and the positive atmosphere they can create around them are famous.
Did you know that most purchasing decisions are made at the point of sale?
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.
New office launched in Slovakia
We are opening a new Slovak office in Bratislava. Thanks to this, we will be able to respond more quickly to the needs of the local market and provide customers with a stable background for their POS projects and their subsequent realization. A novelty for Slovak customers will also be our logistics system for online overview and management of POP projects.
We have been providing communication solutions that support sales directly in stores to the Slovak market for several years already. “Slovak shoppers have so far been able to see a number of our successful realizations for our local clients, such as Nestlé Slovakia, Stock SK, Karlovarské minerálne vody, Coca-Cola SK, Heineken SK, Pernod Ricard, and others. We, therefore, build on our long-term experience and rich knowledge of the local environment,” said Ľuboš Plačko, who will be in charge of projects for Slovak clients.
By opening the Bratislava office, we are also responding to many foreign companies that already have branches in Slovakia to support their activities. “We provide clients with creatively thought-out POP solutions, in which we implement shopper-centric principles and current world trends. This was the case with the end caps for Dolce Gusto coffee capsules. They encourage customers to be engrossed in shopping, among other things, using large levitating capsules, which, following the brand image, evoke a feeling of modernity and timelessness,” commented Ľuboš Plačko.
We use a logistics system to manage clients’ POS projects, which we continuously develop. “With its help, we have successfully administered, for example, more than a thousand cash zones for Nestlé confectionery. We adapt the form of the system to each client so that he always has a complete and up-to-date overview of his displays,” added Ľuboš Plačko.
By the end of this year, we plan to employ five employees in Slovakia who will provide support for the realizations of POP solutions on the local market. When processing orders, we will use our own creative, development, and production center in the Czech Republic.
Your Dago Team