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Free Event: Reinvigorating retailers and main streets (VIC)

“Matching Collar and Cuffs”

Reinvigorating retailers and main streets through effective design and visual merchandising

Seminar overview:

Main Street RetailConsumers are faced with an ever-increasing variety of choice of where to shop. What makes a customer choose to shop in your store over another? What factors will set you apart from the next business?

Price, range, quality, value for money and friendly service are all important considerations, however increasingly savvy customers want to feel good about their shopping experience. Great store design can excite customers, make them feel good about shopping and build brand loyalty.

This seminar will outline the advantages and benefits of designing your store to provide a positive shopping experience for your customers and how you can ultimately generate positive revenue by designing for the customer.

What you will learn

  • The secrets of visual merchandising including trends and how these can be applied to your business and main street
  • Why great main-streets are successful places from a business and people perspective
  • The value of redeveloping local identity, involvement and loyalty to develop strong local economies


Ching Ching Ly – Senior Designer and Visual Merchandiser, Village Well

Sam Choudhury – Place Maker, Village Well

Who should attend?

This seminar will benefit owners and managers of small and medium businesses and those working within strip shopping centres who have an interest in engaging their customers and communities through design.

Date and Time                  Venue

Tuesday 8 June 2010 ­     Oakleigh Room, City of Kingston

6.00 pm to 8.00 pm         1230 Nepean Highway

Registration: 5.45 pm        Cheltenham

The seminar includes refreshments and networking opportunities.

Free bookings

RSVP by Friday 4 June 2010

Bookings are essential for catering. Please book early as places are limited.

For more information please visit www.designvic.com Or the bookings page.

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