Is This You?

We work with independent retail store owners who recognize that a dynamic store identity is key to attracting and keeping customers.

They also understand that retail is a competitive business that requires a commitment to excellence to be successful. They may sell products that range from home décor to gourmet food to stereos.

What they all have in common is the desire to create a unique shopping experience in their store. They are looking for new ideas to improve business performance and results.

Our clients typically fall into one of the following four categories:

  • Are starting a new business and need help setting up the store and creating a store identity.

  • Have recently opened a store and are looking for merchandising strategies to increase sales.

  • Have bought an existing business with great potential and want to improve the store image and experience.

  • Have an established business and want to take your store image and merchandising to the next level.

Do any of the following statements sound familiar?

  • I want our store identity to reflect the quality of the products we sell…

  • I have an idea of how I want the store to look, but don't know how to put it all together...

  • I am opening a new store and feel overwhelmed with store design and merchandising decisions…

  • I wonder why shoppers walk by the store and don't come in…

  • I would like to improve our merchandising & displays but am not sure where to start...

  • I’m frustrated by shoppers that visit the store but leave without buying...

Clients who get the most out of working with Inspire Retail Solutions share many of the following characteristics.

If these fit you as well, you are likely someone that I can help develop a professional store image that attracts customers.

  • Committed to excellence - You are interested in being the very best.

  • Very knowledgeable about your business - You know your product and strive to meet the needs of your customers.

  • Interested in making a contribution - It's not just about money but about making a difference in the community.

  • Hard worker - committed to success - You are persistent and willing to try many things to achieve results.

  • Realize you can't know everything - You are willing to get assistance and expand your knowledge and expertise.

  • Committed to long-term solutions - You are willing to make a commitment to a strategic solution rather than a quick fix.

  • Committed to mutually supportive relationships - In business and life you realize that you can't make it alone.


If you are committed to developing effective merchandising and building a dynamic store identity, learn more about How We Work.




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