There’s no better place to encourage people to buy things than when they’re already standing at the checkout. This is your opportunity to whisper in their ear and seal the deal. Our point of sale (POS) design makes your product shout. Our innate understanding of your brand and its audience means that we are perfectly groomed to expand your brand into the retail space.
The NOUS difference
Good point of sale material is all down to knowing your way around the retail environment. Our experience with FMCG packaging and its environment helps us deliver 100%. We know the display environment and what substrates work best too. Our Production Manager oversees every job.
You need an agency who understands the idiosyncrasies of the supermarket on the case – and that is us. You name it, we are onto it – banners, shelf strips, neck tags, wobblers, gondolas, talkers, stickers and more.
The new branding is exciting. On our journey from where we were when we met, to where we are now it’s been truly amazing. From our end, it feels totally as if you have no other clients but us and you go to the “n”th degree to make sure we understand everything that is going to happen, or has happened.
During our time with NOUS we have achieved 107.7% YTD sales growth for our low value segment. This is truly a result of the Nous team having a more strategic approach, instilling a test, learn and refine approach and ensuring the creative is always hard hitting and resonates with the target market.
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