Bish Creative – Retail Insights #26

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Retail Innovation Conference & Expo
Retail Insights #26

We can’t stop thinking about how great the Retail Innovation Conference & Expo was! We had such a blast this year showcasing everything we have to offer from interactive to simple table-top displays. Now is the time to take your brand to the next level!

This month’s topic is our recap on the Retail Innovation Conference & Expo.

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Retail Innovations Conference & Expo – transcript

Rick Fox: Greetings, My name is Rick Fox, Vice President and Business Development for Bish Creative.

Ray Gottschalk: Hi, I’m Ray Gottschalk, I am Vice President of the west, based in Southern California. I am also the newest member of the Bish team and I was really excited to be able to attend the Retail Innovation Conference and Expo. I have been doing these retail expo’s and conferences for a long time and pre-pandemic in 2018 and 2019, you really started to see attendance dropping not a lot of excitement. So going into this show, I didn’t know what to expect and I was really, really excited to see the crowds come back. You saw a wide range of companies both brands and retailers from all across the United States and everybody that was there was really engaged. It was refreshing to be, you know live again with people. All around a great show.

Rick Fox: Bish is so excited that these in-person events have come back. It was refreshing to be actually meeting people shaking hands, given hugs and getting to know and build relationships. Grow the relationships that we already have and meet some new people to begin building those relationships.

Ray Gottschalk: One of the things that I noticed was that attendees were genuinely excited to see what was going on in the physical retail world and they got a good taste of that in the Bish booth. At the show itself there were a lot of software companies, AI, there were social media amplification companies, a lot of digital stuff going on. So when attendees got to our booth and they were able to see what they could do to create engagement with shoppers in that kind of physically unique retail way, they were really excited to hear more about how Bish could help them engage shoppers and create that immersive experience.

Rick Fox: The genuine excitement that everyone had when they came past our booth, seeing the interactivity, getting engaged with how our team gives you that unique brand identity that every brand deserves, not every brand is the same. So, let our team take your brand and get it noticed out there, get off the shelf, get out there where people are gonna be engaged and wanna purchase that and make that experience for the consumer.

Ray Gottschalk: We had some really fun and exciting displays in our booth. One of the things we wanted to do was give attendees a chance to see how they can engage shoppers in today’s retail environment and we had a wide range of experiences for them to check out.

Rick Fox: The experience that we shared with everybody that attended the Retail Innovation Conference Expo was fun. The retail experience is meant to be fun. At Bish that’s what we create. So we want to be your partner and make that engagement with the consumer to draw them to your brand which has its own unique identity. As brick and mortar continues to open up and will soon thrive, we hope to see you there soon. Thank you.

 

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Catch us at Retail Innovation Conference

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We’re excited to be showcasing at the 2022 Retail Innovation Conference & Expo!

This fun show is a great way to learn more about what Bish has to offer for your next retail display.
Get a chance to also learn from keynote speakers including: Vera Bradley, Target, Walmart, Ring, and Coach.

Make sure to stop in for this session with Jerry Fox: Thursday, May 12 2:15 – 2:45 PM Central

The Details
Where: McCormick Place, Chicago
Expo Hall Times:
Wednesday, May 11th: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday, May 12th: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Booth: #825

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    Bish Creative – Retail Insights #25

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    The world always looks brighter from behind a smile!
    Retail Insights #25

    Be the reason someone smiles today. In this latest Retail Insights, President/CEO of Bish Creative, Jerry Fox, discusses how important a company’s people, culture and attitudes are to being successful. Today, we are focused on the smiles of the Bish Creative team. We are extremely thankful for and proud of everyone.

    This month’s topic is focused on Smiles of the Bish Creative Team

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    Smiles –  transcript

    Jerry Fox:

    Hello again, my name is Jerry Fox, President and CEO of Bish Creative Display. For the last 24 months, we have all lived by the phrase, “The eyes have it.” Today, as we enter back into society and the public, we need our smiles to shine. What makes a great company is its people, its culture and its desire to be successful. What makes Bish Creative Display successful is our team. Today we focus on the team and although the eyes have it, these smiles will shine.

    Today I want you to meet the Bish team. We have met. We have laughed. We have worked and we have smiled. From design to production, everyone in our company does everything with a smile. So let’s get out there, enjoy the world around us. Have you noticed the shopping malls and shopping centers of today, the parking lots are filled and the products are flying off the shelf. Retail sales grew in the last couple of months. Restaurants are back to capacity. So please make sure you treat their staff accordingly and reward them accordingly with tips. Churches, as well as concerts, weddings, and other life-changing events and lifetime events are back and we’re enjoying ’em to the highest possibilities. Sporting events, baseball is back. Those are the opportunities that we need to go out there and enjoy life and make those smiles shine. As we come back to the office, meetings, conferences, conventions, make the world around you smile. Our team at Bish, around the entire world that we encompass, much like you, have endured a lot of strife, concern, compassion, and passion. Virtual meetings will probably never go away but perhaps grabbing a coffee with a co-worker is in your future. But regardless, the eyes have it, but we need to make those smiles shine. Enjoy the smiles, till next time.

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    Bish Creative – Retail Insights #24

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    Check out our latest Retail Insights video featuring President & CEO, Jerry Fox.

    Jerry discusses the importance of interactive displays. These displays bring human interaction into the store and create an experience for people of all ages. We are bringing the fun to shopping!

    This month’s topic is Interactive Displays.

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    Interactive Displays –  transcript

    Jerry Fox:

    Hello again, my name is Jerry Fox, President and CEO of Bish Creative Display.

    It is 2022, and we are happy to present our 24th edition of Marketing Insights. The holidays are behind us and it is a new year. 2021 came in with a fizzle and 2022 is much the same. Perhaps we focus on progressing ahead, regardless of the circumstances. So I ask you this question:

    What is the difference between shopping and buying?

    Shopping is exploring, it’s finding things. Buying is just that: it’s buying. The world we live in today is all about technology and digital interaction.

    How about we take a step back and consider the most successful way of communicating to customers: human interaction.

    Introducing Zuru, in some countries, or 5 Surprise.

    How many of you were Toys R Us kids? How many of you were disappointed when they closed? Well, everything in this world needs to be alive and rejuvenated much like Toys R Us. Introducing the Zuru Gumball Machine: a state-of-the-art display that brings human interaction into the store and creates an experience for people of all ages – for the mystery behind a gumball display is timeless.

    And today everyone, we have a special treat for you. Today we have Brody, Zoe, and Ellie, let’s Zuru!
    Well, that was fun. Thanks Brody. Thanks Zoe. Thanks Ellie

    As I said, it’s a new year. Our dear friends and customers for over 65 years, Bish has taken the lead with creativity and innovation. Let us work together on your next project and bring shopping back to life. Till next time.

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    Bish Creative – Retail Insights #23

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    Check out our latest Retail Insights video featuring President & CEO, Jerry Fox.

    Jerry discusses how important it is to make an impact in the retail world. Shopping is not going away, it is evolving into an experience consumers will talk about, take pictures of and share with their network.

    This month’s topic is Making an Impact in the Retail World

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    Aviation, Creatively Strategic Events –  transcript

    Jerry Fox:

    Hello again. My name is Jerry Fox, president and CEO of Bish Creative Display. Welcome to our latest edition of marketing insights. The world of retail marketing is about to change. So buckle up for the ride.

    First of all, shopping will never go away, but creating the right experience for your brand, your store, and your customer will change. Consumer dwell time is at its fastest pace ever, thanks to our digital world and the pace we all think and live in today. On average, a consumer would spend 20 to 30 minutes in a store, shopping for their needs and wants. Today, it is less than 10.

    So what’s important for your brand? Impact. Consumers need to be engaged, feel a part of your brand story, whether it’s a snack, a piece of fashion, a beverage or anything. Regardless of what your product costs, impact is crucial. The concept of stack it high and watch it fly is gone. Take this Aviation experience piece. You feel a part of an airport experience. Whether this is in store, at an airport, a trade show, or wherever, the consumer is easily transformed into this retro airline experience all the way to the carpeting and of course all the way to the Aviation Gin.

    What can Bish do for you? Perhaps it’s a trade show booth, an event experience, a complete store redo, category or aisle reinvention, or a classic in-store merchandising solution. Our goal is to be your holistic resource for your below-the-line marketing needs. Our brains are a combination of right and left. Or in other words, creatively strategic. Take the challenge and take a sip. My friend, Ryan Reynolds, and the Aviation crew are ready to take off. Put your tray tables up, buckle your seat belt, and be prepared for takeoff. Till next time.

    Interested? Contact us today!

     

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    Bish Creative – End to End Merchandising Solutions 360 Tour

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    Retail Insights #22: Bish End-To End Merchandising Solutions, 360 Tour!

    Our latest Retail Insights series is a bit different! We’re excited to showcase our NEW 360º Virtual Tour! Explore our showroom of end-to-end merchandising solutions to spark ideas for 2022 marketing! We work with you to make your brand stand out from the rest.

    Click below to explore the 360º Tour we created just for you. Click on Jerry to listen to his insights.

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    Bish Creative – Retail Insights #21

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    Please enjoy our 21st Retail Insights video!

    In this video, Bish Creative’s Izabela Kaczmarek, Account Manager for Bish Creative Europe discusses the European transportation, logistics and the advantages of Bish Europe.

    This month’s topic is Bish Established Alternate Production with Poland & Turkey

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    Bish Established Alternate Production with Poland & Turkey –  transcript

    Izabela Kaczmarek:

    Hi everyone, I’m Izabela Kaczmarek. I’ve been with BISH for the past eight years and I am a sales and marketing manager out of Paris, France. And we have our manufacturing facilities in Poland and in Turkey, and I’m overseeing those.

    BISH Europe services not only European customers to which we offer pan-European transportation, logistics, and warehousing, but we also service U.S. companies to which we are shipping goods by the sea. And currently the freight time takes between 21 to 35 days. That is door to door service. Currently shipping goods out of Europe to the United States gives many advantages to our U.S. clients. The transit times are much shorter as well as there are no tariffs and low congestion as we experience with China these days.

    I’m Izabela and I’ll be very happy to give you more information about our manufacturing and transport from Europe to the United States. You can reach me anytime at the number and email address provided at the bottom of this video. For now, have a great day.

    Izabela Kaczmarek | izabela@bishdisplay.eu | +33 625 23 64 78

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    Bish Creative – Retail Insights #20

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    Please enjoy our 20th Retail Insights video!

    Bish Creative’s Alisha Lin and Ali Tabassi, Manufacturing & Quality Control for Bish Creative China join us to discuss materials, logistics and final production.

    This month’s topic is Bish Established Alternative Production – China

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    Retail Insights #20 Bish Established Alternative Productioin – China transcript

    Alisha Lin:
    Hello. I’m Alisha Lin. I am the quality control of BISH Display Kwangju office

    Ali Tabassi:
    Hi, I’m Ali Tabassi Director of quality control and production and survey For BISH creative display Chicago United States of America. Our Company is the government registered company in outh of China in Kwangju. And I’m a proud member of BISH Creative display for over five Years now. And my job is as a director for Taiwan, Vietnam, and China. I control these three countries, and my job is to look over the products are done. Short finely, backed on time and dispatched. I’ve been to different parts of Vietnam and Taiwan, and I can assure you that we can assist you with best products and good quality. The facilities, which with whom we work are Cedric’s audited. And each facility follows the standard strict guidelines and BISH Creative display. China branch is a part of global team. We are here to serve an essence, our valuable clients you’re most welcome to reach us out and we are here to give you the best.

    Nicole:
    Hi, I’m Nicole. I’m in charge of logistics in this company in China.

    Nikki:
    Hi, I’m Nikki. In charge of quality control in South China.

    Alisha Lin:
    Hello. How are you? I’m Alisha Lin. I’m in charge of materials, selection of goods, assistant for making samples, approving the material and final production logistics. I’m very proud to be a member of BISH Creative Display. for the past eight years. Bye Bye ! Bye! Thank you so much ! Bye Bye !

     

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    Bish Creative – Retail Insights #19

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    Please enjoy our 19th Retail Insights video.

    Bish Creative’s Prakhar Bindal, Manufacturing & Quality Control for India.

    This month’s topic is Bish Established Alternative Production – India

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    Retail Insights #19 Bish Established Alternative Productioin – India transcript

    Prakhar Bindal:

    Hello, everyone. This is Prakhar. I’ve been working with Bish for, I think, six years now. It’s great, and different portfolios, and different things that I’ve been doing with Bish, starting from I was hired as a design engineer at Bish, doing all the designing, making sure that all the displays that are going out are actually done with several stress and strain analyses, making sure that the products have the longest life that they could possibly have, and the materials that are being used are up to the mark. I joined in as a design engineer with a Bachelors in mechanical engineering, and my Masters in robotics and design from the University of Texas.

    I’m located right now in India, and look after the different manufacturing and logistics for Bish out of India. So, we’ve been manufacturing different projects, different displays for Bish for quite a while out of India, and I had those things of how and thoughts of it is being manufactured, and making sure that, in terms of logistics, it’s, not only easy to handle, but also the quickest possible and pocket-friendly for all our customers. We currently, Bish has two manufacturing facilities here, in India. One is located out in New Delhi, whereas the second one is in Mumbai, and both the facilities are Sedex audited. These facilities make sure that all the raw material across India is actually procured and transferred through the best means possible. There’s a separate MIS system that’s in place, making sure that the raw material is delivered to us in time and to the highest quality standards.

    Making sure, talking of quality, we instill a lot of different practices to make sure that actually the quality is up to the mark and meeting international standards across the globe. There are certain things you would have heard of, like poka yoke or kaizen. That’s what we follow here, so that every time the things that have went out are up to the quality standards, and are the best that are there anywhere in the world. And, of course, there’s a separate quality team that’s in place, making sure that each and every product is, not only audited and checked when it’s about to ship, but also during the process. There’s surprise checks, there are in process checks, so that at every point we make sure that the products are in best in class, and delivered to our customers across the countries.

    Now, if that is about the production, if we talk about the shipping, and why Bish actually selected India to be one of the hubs for manufacturing out of so many options, India has so many positives that are pretty well-known to everyone, but some major points that we actually made sure were the positives in our favor was, one, the language.

    In India, there is no trouble when you wanna speak, when you wanna converse, when you wanna write. English is pretty much the secondary language, which makes it easier for Bish, as well as our customers, to actually get directly in contact and ask any questions. Have any queries, they can always get in touch with me or Bish, and we’re always out there to help you out. Secondly, India is pretty much at the dead center of the world, so it just makes it easier to ship it out to, be it UAE or Africa or Europe or America, it’s just because of being a peninsula, it gives Bish an advantage that we can ship out the projects pretty quickly and cost effectively. And that’s why one of our facilities is actually located in Mumbai, which is pretty much at the coast of the country; to make sure that’s actually the turn around period is the least possible.

    Anything and everything that we’re doing here, we make sure that every step, me personally is in touch with the customer if they have any updates, any questions, or concerns. And, of course, the cost benefits and the time benefits that India offers are for everyone to see, and for everyone to gain benefits out of.

     

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    Bish Creative – Retail Insights #18

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    Please enjoy our 18th Retail Insights video!

    In this video, Lori Taylor, Senior Solutions Manager of Bish Creative, speaks with Kurt Deck, Senior Creative Display Manager of Kellogg’s Company.

    This month’s topic is the evolution and importance of retail displays in the market and how the audience is adapting

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    Retail Insights #18 The evolution and importance of retail displays in the market and how the audience is adapting.

    Lori Taylor:

    Hi, my name is Lori Taylor and I am a senior solutions manager here at Bish Creative Display. I have had the pleasure of working with Kurt at Kellogg’s for the last couple of years. Hello, Kurt. Thank you so much for joining us today. We’re excited to have you be a part of this month’s Bish Retail Insight video. So thanks for being here.

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Yeah Lori, Kurt Deck from Kellogg’s Merchandising Services. Great to be here today. Just a little bit about myself. I’ve been with Kellogg’s for about 34 years. And within that 34 years, I’ve been basically on the sales side, but also, too, on the marketing side. So the nice thing about having the pedigree that I have is I have a lot of exposure how retail works and operates. And then on the marketing side, I can usually really utilize the creativity that is the fun part of the business to come up with solutions and designs when it comes to merchandising. I kind of oversee the merchandising group here at Kellogg. So we work in corrugated displays, metal displays, and plastic. So we cover the whole gamut when it comes to merchandising.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So Kurt, my very first question is, how do you make a Snap, Crackle, POP display?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Great question. And really, it’s not as easy as you think it is. It takes a lot of people with a lot of passion and a lot of dedication to come together to create that display. So really it starts out with an initiative, and a focus, and where we want to drive the business at retail and with certain brands. So really kind of starts with a great brief from our brand teams and what they want to achieve when it comes to moving the brand to the consumer. And that’s kind of where it starts. And then you work with really, really amazing agencies, creative agencies. And also, too, as we call them display agencies like Bish to help us navigate creativity and try to grab that passion that the brand team has in a brief and make it come to life when it comes to display at retail. And that’s how the Snap, Crackle, POP happens at retail displays.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So Kurt, how would you describe the current retail environment?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Current retail environment, Lori, is getting much better than 2020. We’ve learned a lot of crazy lessons from 2020, and it put us in a different direction than we are now. The current environment definitely is getting better, but probably is not going as fast as we’d like it in some markets, but it is changed when it comes to how we present our product at retail. It’s going in a good direction. We’re very happy where it’s gone and we’re looking forward to the future.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So what do you believe are two of the most important reflections on retail from 2020?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Yeah, 2020, it was crazy as we all know. There’s a lot of great lessons that came out in 2020. One was basically the shelf and how important the shelf was when it came to merchandising, and keeping, obviously, product on the shelf when it was really kind of crazy times in the beginning of 2020. And then maintaining it and keeping it to the place where consumers can actually find our product and actually shop it in a crazy environment. The next one would be being nimble and trying to understand the landscape and adjusting our merchandising strategies, and to accommodate to what we receive, and how we had to position our product at retail to the consumers.

     

    Because as you know, there’s a lot of clean store policies out there in 2020 that limited the floor space that displays used to take. So we had to basically look at the landscape, the blueprint of the store, and rethink it, and rethink how the shopper shopped. So it actually opened up a couple opportunities for us to think smaller at some locations, to go bigger in others. So it’s actually a good learning process, but I’m sure glad we’re through it this year.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So how influential is POP retail in the impulse buying world?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    When it comes to a POP influence at the retail world, it’s incredibly important, and it’s changing every day. And if you’re not rethinking it, or redesigning it, you’re going to miss the boat. It’s kind of a lifeline of the business. As you know, landscapes changing with retail, people shopping more online, getting delivered to the homes. So when the consumer goes to retail and goes to buy product, it needs to stand out, it needs to be clean and to be clear at retail so the consumer can purchase it. So no longer are the days of just throwing displays out there and hoping that the consumers bump into them. There’s more of a more strategic and more of a sound strategy behind how we design displays and how they’re executed that retail.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So how do brands like Pringles and Cheez-Its continue to be market leaders in such a competitive category?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Yeah, Cheez-Its and Pringles are monster brands when you work here at Kellogg’s. So we’ve got a lot of things that we’re doing to obviously grow the brand, not only in its base, but also to when it comes to innovation. So you’ll see, like in the Cheez-It world product lines, like Snap’d coming out, so competing more when it comes to like the potato chip occasion with like Frito-Lay. So you’ll see things like that coming from Cheez-It.

     

    Pringles is a fun brand. So besides crazy, crazy flavors, you’ll see a different type of advertising coming out for Pringles. We have a real core consumer when it comes to Pringles that we can’t neglect. We’ve got to make sure that we stay current and we have to stay current with the consumer because we know they’re obviously changing all the time. We need to keep up with them. So those two monster brands, there’s a lot of effort here at Kellogg’s to keep those monster brands continuing to grow and be profitable for us. And there is some great, great work in the future for those brands.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So how do you tackle display solutions per category, for instance, mass, grocery, convenience?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Another great question here. And as you called out there, got three different unique categories when it comes to retail. Mass is much different than convenient and general grocery, or retail is different than the mass. So your merchandising solutions have to be different in each one of them. So mass is constantly changing in the direction they’re going. So you need to be able to stick out, and be easy to go through their network, and get out to sales floor. When it comes to general retail, general retail is obviously competing just like everybody else when it comes to online shopping. Also, they’re being a little more craftier when it comes to merchandising. So you’ll see things like smart displays and technology being utilized when it comes to general retail.

     

    And then when you go to convenience, one of the challenges that we’re seeing with convenience, a lot of times convenience stores are tied into gas stations. So everybody has a smartphone nowadays, you can actually go to the pump, put your smartphone in front of the pump and basically start pumping gas. But how do you drive that consumer back into the store to make a purchase? So you really have to work really closely with those retailers to push that opportunity. So when they get into the store, you have to make sure that you’re on a display that really kind of puts your brand in the best position to have that consumer see it so they can make that purchase because they’re not spending a whole lot of time within the store, especially at convenience.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So Kurt, what is a recent display success story that you can share with us? And why was it successful?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Yeah, one of the most successful displays that we’ve been doing recently is kind of what we call the micro displaying. We’ve been working with Bish on this. What we found in 2020 is again, the environment had changed quite a bit, a lot of clean store policy. But there was also, too, a lot of different spaces throughout the store that we still had an opportunity to merchandise. And so what we’ve always looked at here at Kellogg’s is points of interruption. So how can we create points of interruption throughout the store so the consumer can to see our product or tie it in with … Or see it as a tie-in with another brand.

     

     

    So some of the micro displays that we work closely with the Bish team to develop when it comes to like Pringles displays and the RKT treatment displays. These are small micro displays that can be placed throughout the store. So if the consumer is over by the beer section, they see a small strip of Pringles. There’s an opportunity to sell a can Pringles. Or if they’re upfront wanting to check out and they grab a quick snack, there could be an RKT bar up there. Or you go to another part of the section of the store that they could be buying something for the weekend. We just you in a position that can basically tie your product in with not a whole of real estate.

     

    So the nice thing about these small micro displays is they’re not display that, “Hey, it’s always going to be in the store and it’s always going to push our sales.” It’s kind of a graduation point. So we start with a micro display. We tried to build upon it to get to a larger display while hopefully keeping the micro displays throughout the store also. So I would say that has probably been our most successful thing in the past year and a half, is really kind of really evaluating the market and then coming to the market with a solution that worked best for Kellogg’s.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So what opportunities do you foresee in the ever-changing retail environment for in-store?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    As I spoke to some of the questions earlier in our conversation here, the environment is constantly changing. We have to stay on top of that with the consumer, again, doing a lot of shopping online and shopping differently. We really have to have displays that work harder for us. So not just a pretty display is going to cut it anymore. It’s got to be a display that’s thoughtfully designed and well engineered. So when the consumer goes in that store, or when they’re busy, it doesn’t take them a while to find that display. It’s really easy, it’s clean, it stands out. And that can actually be some smart technology involved too, so you can possibly communicate with the consumer too.

     

    So gone are the days, again, as I called out earlier of just tossing out a pretty display out there and saying, “Hey, it’s going to sell product.” We have to be smarter. We have to actually look forward when it comes to technology and design and trying to make sure when the consumer are in the retail market, and they are in the shopping mode, that is easy for them and it makes sense.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    So how does merchandising effect the recent trend of people in-store acting as buyers versus shoppers?

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Lori, yeah, a continuous theme here, we really have to be smarter. And again, gone are the days when a shopper is just going to be moseying around the store, looking for a deal or looking for a possible meal solution, or they have the time. People are constantly going forward. They’re quite busy, but with technology, it’s also to a lot of people that had the time to do other things. So shopping could be far, far, far lower on their list of priorities.

     

    So when they do shop, they’re coming into the stores as purchasers. They’re looking for something to buy, they’ve done their homework. They know they have a deal in a particular store. They know what they want. They’ve got to find it. So you need to develop displays that can draw them in quickly, either with a neat design from a graphic standpoint, or maybe possibly work with like a beacon technology that draws them in from their phone and tells them, “Hey, the display’s over here that you’re looking for that has the brand that you’re looking for.” So again, the future’s constantly changing, we have to evolve with that and we also have to design and develop displays that accommodate that.

     

    Lori Taylor:

    Well, in closing, Kurt, I wanted to thank you for joining us. It’s been a pleasure working with you over the years. It’s been fun. We’ve worked on a lot of amazing projects. And as you spoke on earlier, all of the Pringles and Rice Krispie Treat, and the cereal in a cup and Cheez-It strips, those have been really exciting. It’s fun to see those in the stores. And I look forward to creating more amazing displays with you.

     

    Kurt Deck:

    Thank you, Lori, it’s been really great working with Bish. You can see how the team has evolved and has changed. And the displays and concepts and designs that the Bish team is bringing to the table is definitely first-class, and definitely is forward thinking. So that’s why we look to Bish as one of our premium suppliers that we go to to find solutions that help us get to the market and drive our sales. So couldn’t find a better group to work with. So, thank you.

     

     

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