New Article Looks At How Retailers Create Amazing Stores in Less Than Ideal Locations
March 06, 2008 // Franchise Update // Greenville, Wis. – For his newest article, "Making It Work: Break through Location Restraints to Create Incredible Stores," Tim Matey looks at how retailers are achieving amazing store environments under less than ideal conditions. "Real estate isn't a one-size-fits-all thing," says Matey. "To land that perfect space, retailers need to be willing to think outside the box that is their current store model."
His article takes a closer look at three common location dilemmas and offers examples of what retailers are doing to overcome these building challenges. His discussion includes how Wal-Mart and Best Buy have handled design stipulations and guidelines, what retailers like Barnes & Noble and The Home Depot are doing to fit in urban environments, and takes a look at what awkward architecture can mean for business owners.
"All it really takes to deal with difficult spaces is a little flexibility and the willingness to think outside the box," says Matey. "If retailers can do that, location restraints no longer pose as large an obstacle."
Tim Matey is a retail consultant for F.C. Dadson, Inc. As a retail consultant, he works with businesses to develop store layouts and designs. With over 11 years of retail sales experience and 12 years in the printing/graphic arts industry, Matey displays a strong customer focus while maintaining a creative eye.
F.C. Dadson, Inc. is a Wisconsin-based manufacturer that specializes in the development of complete retail environments and display programs. The company offers custom design, manufacturing, and installation services for clients nationwide. The company headquarters is located at N1043 Craftsmen Dr., Greenville, WI 54942. For more information about F.C. Dadson, Inc., please contact Angie Borchardt at 920.757.1486 or AngieB@fcdadson.com or visit www.fcdadson.com