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Experiential ™

Be your own customer…basically seeing it from their eyes.

Physical store attributes including store layout, design, use of color, in-store merchandising, POP materials and customer process flow all contribute to the customer “experience.” Being able to align these in-store attributes with “normal” customer purchasing behaviors can enhance product consideration, encourage new product trials, and reinforce brand image or key messages.

Immediate experiential feedback is used to:

  • Test customer service and operational service areas
  • Observe how the product is shopped and competitively compared
  • Document how the product is talked about and sold
  • Analyze the alignment of marketing materials and POP displays relative to sales messages