Signage refers to any visual graphics or displays that convey information to customers or visitors. This can include store branding, directional or wayfinding signs, product information, pricing, sales promotions, and more. Signage can be printed or digital and displayed on various materials such as paper, plastic, metal, or glass.
POP (Point of Purchase) refers to promotional or advertising displays designed to be placed near the checkout or other high-traffic areas in a retail environment. POP displays can take many forms, such as shelf talkers, hanging signs, end caps, floor stands, banners, and other types of visual merchandising. Both signage and POP are essential tools for retailers to use in their marketing and merchandising strategies.
As one of Canada’s most experienced retail merchandising companies, our dedicated teams have performed work in almost every major national banner, including The Home Depot, Walmart, Staples, PetValu, HBC, Sephora, 7Eleven, Holt Renfrew, Nordstrom, Best Buy, Metro, and many more.
This varied experience means we can take on various projects from different retail sectors. Every new opportunity is an exciting experience and helps us to put our skills to the test.
As a company, we’ve had some fantastic reviews from previous clients. Take a look at some of them below.
“I just wanted to let you know that we had a virtual tour here last week, and it went great…the store looked great, and it doesn’t even look like we are going through a reno.”
Rebecca H., Walmart Canada
“Greg did a great job. His communication skills and ability to resolve the challenges in a positive manner were key to the success of this project. Would be happy to have Greg on any of my projects.”
Jessica P., The Home Depot Canada