Are you enticing new customers? Are you keeping your existing customers interested in your brand and products? Visual Sense can work with you to create visually exciting & product focused campaigns. We love to collaborate with people & are known for our personable approach.
Oh & we drink our coffee black!
Your Team are the first point of contact with your potential customers.
Do they give the right impression? Do they sell your products? Do they present your products in the best possible way? VS can roll out tailored workshops, guideline toolkits and One on One training to your people.
Did you hear? The Boss is lecturing at Griffith College!
Having one clear message is vital to catch peoples attention. VS can implement a simple communication audit on your retail space which can give you the information you need to sell more products & leave customers with a positive lasting impression on your space. As we always say "Consistency is King".
I found the Training with Visual Sense to be very beneficial to the
team. We began by going through Best Practice with regards to
Merchandising. I worked closely with Rowena before the training day
and gave specific areas that I wanted our teams to work on and
develop on. The feedback from the course was very positive and gave
the teams more confidence in the area
-Michelle O'Gorman - Area Manager, Kilkenny Group
Visual Sense played a central role in the reopening of Clerys
Department, Tasked with the job of merchandising a brand new store
and simultaneously installing the Christmas theme, Visual Sense
embraced the project with energy, creativity and the highest attention
Rowena Doyle worked closely alongside the Clerys senior management team to ensure seamless communications in rolling the project out and in keeping her team motivated.
Dominic Prendergast - Managing Director, Clerys
"Coming together is a Beginning, Staying together is a progress and Working together is a Success"
When you're the underdog, your only option is to make #waves if you want to succeed. How much
and how often should you be drinking coffee?