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#Guardian pharmacy missed #sales opportunities

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  • 1. Before Feedback After http://www.bentsai.com/2013/11/maximise-attraction-of-shoppers-with.html
  • 2. Maximise attraction of shoppers with clearly labelled discounted products facing them. I suggested to #GuardianPharmacy., at #Compasspoint., to place the product name and price tag to face the shoppers outside the store to maximise sales opportunities. The price tags are facing towards the inside of the store. The tags could face towards the outside of the store as well. This would double the sales opportunities. There are more traffic flow outside the store compared to inside the store. The price tag holder allows you to place the price tag to face both ways as it is transparent. There is no additional cost in investing for a new price tag holder. All it takes are some vigilance and awareness by the store employees and manager to inspect the store exterior. What lessons could the marketing team, designers, and other businesses learn from this? Before highlighting this opportunity for change, there is no business growth. If this feedback is implemented, would the owner forsake the possibility for increasing their business sales, which would in turn benefit the customers, and economy by encouraging spending? What do you think? A small thing to be ignored?

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