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Wall Decor Installation for UGA’s Terry College of Business

Here’s a sneak peek at a recent wall decor installation for UGA’s Terry College of Business. This was an interesting job for us with its incorporation of three-dimensional elements and innovations in acrylic-based decor. The curved wall detail and incorporation of visual medias like monitors and scrolling tickers also set these displays apart. Sky Retail […]

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Clicks-to-Bricks: Omnichannel Retail a Threat to Online-Only

By now, news of “retail disruption” and “the decline of brick-and-mortar” has reached even those outside the retail industry, and you could be forgiven for thinking the online retailer model might be the next new dominant force after reading all the fretting thinkpieces of the past few years. But the sightlines now seem to be […]

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New Website Rollout! See How We’ve Grown

If you’ve visited our website in the past few days, you might have noticed: we have a new look! We’ve been quietly working behind the scenes on the website redesign, and we’re ready to unveil and shout it from the rooftops! In addition to the new “decor,” we’ve added more content, photos, and–our favorite–mini-gallery portfolios […]

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Give ‘Em Something They Can Feel: On the Limits of Retail Signage

Don’t get us wrong: prioritizing clear, readable signage and bold, attention-getting displays in high-traffic areas will always have an important place in any store design plan. As retail installers, we’re always thinking about how the right techniques can help to make decor materials shine, but a new study suggests that for sales, the ‘wow factor’ […]

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Generation Z Prefers Brick-and-Mortar Retail

While everyone’s still preoccupied with the retail trend havoc wrought by millennials, a new generation’s influence is already poised to take hold. The oldest members of Generation Z, the generational cohort born in the mid-90’s to early 2000’s, is reaching adulthood, and marketers are scrambling to define how their preferences and spending habits may differ […]

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How Grocery Store Resets Differ from Other Retail Resets (And Why It Matters)

  Grocery store resets have much in common with retail store resets, but there are some important differences to be aware of due to the grocery industry’s particular rhythms and needs. Store resets happen with more regularity in grocery than in some other retail categories, making cost of labor and speed (these jobs are typically […]

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