Increase Your Retail By 18.7% In 45 Days…With Store Design, Visual Merchandising Display And Retail Loss Prevention 

Designing a retail store Store Design Blueprint

£5.97

Visual merchandising display blueprint Visual Merchandise Display

£5.97

How to increase retail sales How to Increase Retail Sales

£6.97

Making profit in retail

How to Make Profit In Retail

£9.97

These are the reviews of my books on Amazon

Choosing the right strategy is the most essential requirement for any retail store. In order to ensure we choose the appropriate strategy, we need the right information. This book contain the information retailers need to devise the appropriate strategy for running a profitable business.
Reaching customers through retail store and visual merchandising display are effective strategies for increasing sales. This is the lesson – I got from this book.
There are many more where this came from, it was just a glance. Truly a well written guide on making profit in retail.

Ginny

My biggest take away from how to make profit in retail is how to create good visual merchandise display. The more attractive a display appears, the more likely it is to attract shoppers. And the more shoppers that enter a retail store the higher the likelihood that they will buy which will result in higher profits. The book also guided me on good design store and loss prevention strategies. I highly recommend it.

A. V. Etim

It is the best book so far I have read about retail stores. Believe me I have read many other books on making profit in retail but this one dealt with right points and the author suggested some strategies which seems perfectly logical to me. For me the most important thing was the logical structure of the book. Store design followed by visual merchandise display and then loss prevention.

afroojoe

I always felt that all I needed to do was display my goods on my shop floor and customers will enter and buy them. It never occurred to me that the act of presenting my goods to prospective customers is itself marketing. It never even occurred to me that I had to market my goods to my customers. So reading visual merchandise display was an eye opener for me. I now know that my sales and store profit is connected to my ability to display my goods well. I learnt lots of new terminologies and ways of visually displaying my goods. Thanks Romeo

entrepreneur lady

To increase Retail Sales, there has some techniques which are necessary to follow. How to make a Store beautiful through its Design and attract the people to choose the store for buying stuffs, this guide will let you know. It is such a great research by the author who kept eyes on retailers, retail stores design, its visual facts and most importantly how customer reacts to a store.
Author enlisted some true real ways to enhance the sell by learning, how to deal with buyers and move towards selling items properly. It is such a guide which will make you impress and surely work for you.

Restless

This is another great book by Romeo Richards! This book helps you understand the importance of planning the best store design and layout in order to increase sales. As a retail business owner, I sometimes forget how important these aspects are to a business. This book helped to answer many of my questions and also helped in giving me new ideas.

jenny31

Many visual merchandisers face the challenge of having to constantly find shelf space for new products coming to the market like on a daily basis.
This book gives some answers about how to handle the constant in flock of new products into the marketplace. Check it out!

Ginny

Achieving a well-organized store demands a good store design and visual merchandise display. A well-organized store help shoppers appreciate the beauty of your store serving as a magnet to pull them in. When your store design and visual merchandise display are attractive, they draw shoppers into your store. This is what I got from this book I am sure you will get the same.

A. V. Etim

Good detailed overview of increasing sales of a retail store. I loved the way the author described the benefit of store design and visual merchandise display on retail sale. The main focus was how to use store design and the visual merchandise display effectively in a retail store. When done effectively, these two cause customer attraction to the store which leads to increase sales.

entrepreneur lady

I will like to say two things: thank you Romeo and all retailer need to read this book. It goes completely against the grain of what we know in the retail industry but the information works. It has work wonders for me. Thanks again Rome I am very grateful.

afroojoe

I always felt that all I needed to do was display my goods on my shop floor and customers will enter and buy them. It never occurred to me that the act of presenting my goods to prospective customers is itself marketing. It never even occurred to me that I had to market my goods to my customers. So reading visual merchandise display was an eye opener for me. I now know that my sales and store profit is connected to my ability to display my goods well. I learnt lots of new terminologies and ways of visually displaying my goods. Thanks Romeo

entrepreneur lady

This book is a great guide for increasing footfall through visual merchandising display. It provides insight into how visual merchandising display can be used to motivate customers to enter a retail store and entice them to buy.
Visual merchandising display is marketing without marketing. It is the silent salesman to grabs shoppers attention as they walk pass a retail store.
The book outlines the benefit of visual merchandise display with detailed instructions on how to use it to capture customers.

movado

This is another great book by Romeo Richards! This book helps you understand the importance of planning the best store design and layout in order to increase sales. As a retail business owner, I sometimes forget how important these aspects are to a business. This book helped to answer many of my questions and also helped in giving me new ideas.

jenny31

The book is so well-written with many examples and references. Store design mechanism and the fundamentals are enclosed nicely in this book. It is such a well-organized reference book for retailers. Any retailer who is serious about understanding how to design their store need to read it, they will surely benefit from it. Recommended!

A. V. Etim

Retail store design is not just about the skeleton, it is also about the right colour, material and the right lighting. It never occurred to me that I needed to use a certain type of colour is my store as it relates to the merchandise I am selling. After reading store design blueprint, I now realized that the colour of my store matters a lot to my customers. So I have changed the colour of my store taking into account my customers. Fingers cross, hope it work the magic

Afroojoe

Store design blueprint was impressively written by the author. It focused not only on design store, but also on other key issues relating to store design. Key topics such as: why is it important to design your store well, how to go about designing a store and how store design result in a profitable store

entrepreneur lady

This is a book on retail store design, however, the core message is how to use store design to increase profit. Store design plays a major role in whether a retail store is profitable or not.
I cannot disagree with the author on this point because ever since we redesigned, incorporating some of the information I got from the store design blueprint, profit has jumped tenfold.
So I am a living witness that good store design do result in increased retail profit.

Movado

Do you want to know?

  • Why Tesco profit is down two years in a row?
  • Why has Richer Sound held the Guinness Book of Records for the past 20 years for having the highest sales per sq. ft. compared to any other retailer in the world?
  • Why is Harrods the favourite shopping place for the rich and famous?
  • How did Next profit surpass that of Marks & Spencer?
  • Why is Holland & Barrette a retailer the second most profitable business in the UK?
  • Why is PC World struggling despite the fact that thousands of people are buying computers and computer accessories on a daily basis?
  • How long will B&Q remain in business for?
  • Most importantly, how you can use this information to increase your sales and profit?

 

Dear Friend,

I am going to show you a quick three-step formula that successful retailers use to increase their sales and profit.

Imagine this scenario…

      What if you could increase your store sales by 18.7% without spending a single red penny on marketing?

Imagine this scenario…

Your retail store being jam packed to capacity every single day of the week!

Imagine this scenario…

If you could reduce your store shrinkage by 84% in less than 120 days?

Imagine this scenario…

      If you could have customers flocking to your store because of your beautiful store design and attractive visual merchandise display!

Imagine this scenario…

 If you could have a shoplifting and employee theft free retail store!

 

Sound like a stretch?

I used to think so too until I saw changes happen to many of my clients.

      I recently watched a BBC interview with Tesco Chief Executive Officer Philip Clarke. He was drilled over Tesco profit reduction the second year in a row. 

He gave three reasons for Tesco’s dismal performance:

  • The economic conditions
  • The competition
  • The internet

      It was disappointing to hear the CEO of Tesco, once the symbol of retail excellence give excuses for poor performance.

      It’s almost like a football manager who took over a team with the same player his predecessor had used to win trophies complaining that the team has no depth.

      How can a team that won multiple trophies in the previous season under the previous manager all of a sudden have no depth?

      Just imagine sacked Manchester United manager David Moyes blaming the same team Sir Alex Ferguson won multiple trophies with for his poor performance.

This is exactly what Tesco’s Philip Clarke is doing right now.

 

When Phillip Clark took over Tesco, it was the fourth biggest retailer in the world, the second most profitable retailers in the world and the fourth most profitable business in the UK.

  

At that time, for every twelve pounds spent in the UK, one pound went to Tesco.

So how did Tesco move from a retail phenomenon to just being an average retailer?

      Maybe the question we need to answer here is: How did Tesco transform itself from being a UK retailer to a global retail giant under his predecessor?

I will come to that later…

Firstly, let me respond to Mr. Clarke’s excuses for Tesco’s  poor performance.

 

His first excuse was the economic conditions.

      While one retailer after the other was going bust during the financial crisis, the luxury retail sector remained buoyant.

Why was that the case?

Most people will contend it is because the rich keeps getting richer despite the economy.

You see, that’s a political answer.

 

It does not account for Richer Sound smashing sales record in the mist of the recession; neither does it explain Morrisons supermarket phenomenon profit in the same period.

Why was the luxury sector booming despite the financial crisis?

The luxury sector understand two things that other retailers do not understand.

      Firstly, they understand that people do not go into a retail store to buy the crappy made in China merchandise, they go to buy the experience of buying the merchandise.

      Secondly, the price of a product does not depend upon the cost of bringing that product to the marketplace (as retailer were taught), but on who is buying and how it is sold to them.

      Because the luxury sector understands these two facts, they focus on creating the type of experience and environment that will attract shoppers to their stores despite the economic conditions.

 

The second reason Mr. Clarke gave for Tesco’s dismal performance was competition.

      He complained that discount stores Aldi and Lidl and high end retailer Waitrose were assaulting Tesco’s customer base.

Aldi and Lidl have not recently arrived in the UK.

They were in the UK when Tesco was the biggest and most profitable retailer in the country.  

      So why is it that despite the fact that those retailers existed, Tesco was profitable under his predecessor but under his reign Tesco cannot compete with them?

      The answer to the question is this:  Mr. Clarke did not start his tenure with the question his predecessor started his tenure with.

I will reveal that question later.

   

The third reason he gave was the internet.

      It was recently revealed that Next’s profit surpassed Marks & Spencer’s for the first time in its 32 year history.

Next’s profit did not come from it stores, but its home directory and online divisions.

      Boots recently announced its online sale grew by 30% year on year in the 12 months to 31 March 2014.

Boots hailed its updated click & collect service for the result.

      There are retailers using the internet successfully while Mr. Clarke views the internet as an obstacle to Tesco’s success.

 

      So why did I decide to start with information about the interview with Tesco’s Chief Executive?

It’s because Mr. Clarke is a caricature of the typical retail executive.

      When sales or profits are down, instead of looking internally for the reasons, they blame circumstances beyond their control.

 

Success in retail is a formula.

It’s like the laws of physics or chemistry.

Oxygen two plus hydrogen equals water. 

As far as I know, no other chemist has come up with an alternative to that formula.

Similar formulae exist in increasing retail sales.

The formula for increasing retail sales is:

 

A beautiful store design plus attractive visual merchandising display equals increased retail sales.

      The obvious question now is, how do you design a beautiful store and an attractive visual merchandising display?

 

      The answer is my books on how to increase retail sales, click on anyone of them to download your copy now while you await your paperback.

 

Designing a retail store Store Design Blueprint

£5.97

Visual merchandising display blueprint Visual Merchandise Display

£5.97

How to increase retail sales How to Increase Retail Sales

£6.97

Making profit in retail

How to Make Profit In Retail

£9.97

 

Store Design Blueprint

      When most retailers think about store design, the first thing that come to their minds is hiring a shop fitter (code for builders and carpenters) to knock together a few shelves.

      But creating a beautiful store design and attractive visual merchandising display is not about the structure, it is about the thought behind the process.

      There are three questions you need to answer if you intend on creating a beautiful store design and attractive visual merchandising display.

The questions are as follows:

  • Who are we trying to attract?
  • What are we going to sell to them?  
  • How are we going to sell it to them?

You see, the goal of your store design and visual merchandising display is to:

  • Attract shoppers to your store
  • Retain them for longer in the store
  • Persuade them to buy
  • Trigger automatic repeat purchase

      You cannot achieve the above four by hiring the cheapest shop fitters to knock together shelves in your store.

 

How Did Tesco Become Great?

      In his book “The One Thing You Need To Know”, author Marcus Buckingham said when he interviewed Sir Terry Leahy the predecessor of Philip Clarke who transformed Tesco into a global retail power house, he asked him how he did it?

      He responded that when he took over Tesco, the first thing he did was ask the question: ‘who do we serve’.

      When he answered the question who Tesco served, he sat out to create a Tesco that appealed to his chosen target market.

One of the things he did was to increase the numbers of checkout counters in Tesco stores.

      When asked why he choose checkout counters as demonstration of his commitment to serving his target market, he responded that: “people do not like being patronised, they want to be respected.”

What a better way of showing respect to someone than to show respect for time.

      Sir Terry discovered that Tesco core customers at that time were working people who would like to sneak out of their office during lunch to grab a quick bite.   

What they will not appreciate is spending fifteen to twenty minutes of their lunch break in a supermarket queue.

 

There is a very important lesson in Sir Terry’s strategy and it is the common trend that runs through all phenomenon in retail success.

 

How Did Next Defeat Marks & Spencer?

      Next’s success stemmed from its home directory and online division. The retailer banked £150 million on interest from its Next Directory Card.

      Next target market is mostly professional females between 25 and 35 who are incapable of splashing cash each week for new outfits, yet they like to.

However, they can afford to pay in instalment.

 

 So Next printed counterfeit money in the form of credit cards to give customers to purchase from them.

Whether this will prove a calculated blunder in the future is beside the point.

      The point is Next understood its customers so it devised a business model that will allow it to serve its customers.

 

The Richer Sound Phenomenon

Richer Sound sells home entertainment.

      What the majority of people who buy home entertainment dread is setting up and operating complicated electronic devices.

      Everyone loves the comfort of what electronic devices brings when they are up and running.

      However, setting up a home entertainment to the point that it is running smoothly is not an easy feat.

      Senior management at Richer Sound being well aware of this ensure Richer Sound has knowledgeable staff capable of answering customers questions and helping them to choose the best systems for their situation.

 

Richer Sound has the most knowledgeable staff in retail industry in the UK.

Year after year, Richer Sound continues to top ‘Which’ survey for having the most knowledgeable staff in the retail industry.

This is a very critical point you cannot afford to ignore as a retailer.

      Many of the stuff people buy from Richer Sound can be purchased online for a quarter of the price if is sold for in Richer Sound.

      Yet people choose to spend almost three times the price they could buy those products online at Richer Sound.

      What they are paying the extra money for is not the products but the knowledge of the staff.

 

Contrast the Richer Sound scenario to that of PC world.  

      Thousands of people buy computers and computer accessories on a daily basis yet PC World is struggling.

How can that be?

      The answer is simple, PC World staff do to not have the level of knowledge required to sell computers.

 

      You enter PC World and ask their staff questions, they will start reading the spec sheet next to the device as if you could not read it yourself.

Holland & Barrett is the second most profitable business in the UK.

Not the second most profitable retailers, but the second most profitable business.

      How can a retailer with such a low profit margin become the second most profitable business in the country?

Like Richer Sound, Holland & Barrett has knowledgeable staff.

For all you know the advice they give you could even increase your chances of dying.

But that’s not the point.

      The point is, they know the products in their store and they are able to speak about it with conviction.

      Go to B&Q, their staff do not even know the location of products in the store talk less of giving information on what might be best for the customer.

 

There is an important lesson here that you need to pay attention to if you intend to increase your store sales.

Tesco, Next, Richer Sound and Holland & Barrett engineered their success.

      They demonstrate the fact that retail success in retail is not luck, it can be deliberately designed and engineered.

 

If you would like to learn how to engineer your retail organisation success, click on the images below to get instant access to any of the books containing the retail success formula.

Designing a retail store Store Design Blueprint

£5.97

Visual merchandising display blueprint Visual Merchandise Display

£5.97

How to increase retail sales How to Increase Retail Sales

£6.97

Making profit in retail How to Make Profit in Retail

£9.97

The Formulae For Increasing Retail Sales & Profit

      The commonality between Tesco and Next success was the question Sir Terry asked: who do we serve?

The reason this question is very critical is, retail success boils down to three things:

  • A beautiful store design
  • An attractive visual merchandising display
  • An effective loss prevention strategy

      But you cannot design a beautiful store or create an attractive visual merchandising display if you do not know who you are doing it for.

It’s like you calling a tailor to sew a suit for you without going to him for measurement.

He needs to measure you before designing the suit for you.

Similar principles apply to your store design and visual merchandising display.

      To create a store design and visual merchandising display that appeals to your customers, you first need to answer the question:

Who am I trying to appeal to?

Before you think about what you are going to sell to them and how you are going to sell it to them.

It’s a formula.

      To increase your store sales, like Tesco, Next, Richer Sound or Holland & Barrett you need to follow the formula.

      You cannot become a profitable retailer if you do not have an effective loss prevention strategy which incidentally also depends on your store design and visual merchandise display.

 

The obvious question that will be going through your mind right now is: how can you employ Tesco, Next or Richer Sound strategies to increase your store sales and profit?

      The answer to that question is in four books I wrote that walk you through a step by step process of designing a beautiful retail store, creating an attractive visual merchandise display and developing an effective loss prevention strategy.

 

 

Store Design Blueprint: How to create a beautiful but profitable store

Your store design has to speak to shoppers as they walk pass it.

The aim of a good store design is to:

  • Attract shoppers as they pass by a retail store
  • Entice them to enter the store
  • Retain them for long in the store
  • Persuade them to buy

In order to achieve the above, your store needs to be designed for functionality.

Design functionality is the organisation of space for its optimal use.

      Predicting future changes or allowing flexibility for organisations to accommodate different usage patterns.

      In Store Design Blueprint: How to create a beautiful but profitable store you will learn how to design a functional retail store.

You will learn:

  • The Psychology of A Beautiful Store Design
  • How To Increase Retail Sales With Attractive Store Design
  • How to Increase Retail Sales With Brand Image Selling
  • Designing Store For Increase Customer Flow
  • How To Choose Your Store Colour And Layout
  • The best retail store lighting system
  • How To Wow Customers With Creative Storefront Design
  • How To Choose The Right Materials For Store Design
  • How To Design A Profitably Retail Store
  • The Best Store Design Technologies

Click on the image below to order your copy now.

      When you do, you will immediately be sent to a page to download your e-copy and you will receive your paperback in a few days.

The e-copy and the paperback are usually sold separately.

      However, as a token of my appreciation for visiting my page, I am giving you a 50% discount.

You will get both for the price of one.

 

Click on the image  below and gain immediate access to your store design blueprint to learn how to design a profitable retail store.

 

Designing a retail store Store Design Blueprint

Retail Store Design Blueprint: How to design a beautiful store

 £5.97

 

Visual Merchandise Display: How to create a beautiful yet profitable display

      Visual merchandising display is the art and science of displaying products to influence shopper’s buying decision.

      Your visual merchandising display is what shoppers sees when passing by your store or when they are inside the store.

      Your visual merchandising display creates a positive image of your store, which results in attention, interest, desire and action on the part of the customer.

Good visual merchandising display in a retail store:

  • Enables consumers to easily locate products
  • Keeps customers updated on the latest trends
  • Influences customer buying decision
  • Creates a pleasant shopping experience
  • Presents the product to shoppers
  • Invites the shoppers to get closer to the product
  • Encourages shoppers to make a purchase
  • Tells shoppers everything they need to know about products without the need to make inquiries

      In Visual Merchandise Display: How to create a beautiful yet profitable display, I walk you through the process of creating a visual display that attract shoppers as they walk pass it and persuade them to buy once they are in the store.

You will learn:

  • The Psychology Of Visual Merchandising Display
  • How To Use Visual Merchandising To Increase Sales
  • Challenges Facing Visual Merchandisers
  • How To Burst The Price Myth With Creative Merchandise Display 
  • The Best Merchandise Display Strategy
  • How To Maximise Display Space Allocation With Creative Display 
  • The Benefits Planogram Software

Click on the image below to order your copy now.

      When you do, you will immediately be sent to a page to download your e-copy and you will receive your paperback in a few days.

The e-copy and the paperback are usually sold separately.

However, as a token of my appreciation for visiting my page, I am giving you a 50% discount.

You will get both for the price of one.

 

Click on the image below and gain immediate access to your visual merchandising display blueprint to learn how to create an attractive visual display.

 

Visual merchandising display blueprint Visual Merchandise Display

Visual Merchandising Display: How to create an attractive visual merchandising display

£5.97

 

How to Increase Retail Sales With Store Design and Visual Merchandise Display

Is a combination of both Store Design Blueprint and Visual Merchandise Display.

Therefore you either order them individually or order this if you need the information in both.

      You will also gain immediate access to the electronic version and the paperback will follow in few days.

And you are also entitled to 50% discount on this one too.

 

 

How to increase retail sales How to Increase Retail Sales

 £6.97

 

How to Make Profit in Retail

How to Make Profit in Retail is a combination of Store Design Blueprint and Visual Merchandise Display and 84%: Most Effective Strategies For Increasing Retail Profit.

It contains the information in Store Design Blueprint and Visual Merchandise Display in addition to information from 84%: Most Effective Strategies For Increasing Retail Profit.

So in addition to learnings from Store Design Blueprint and Visual Merchandise Display, you will learn:

  • How to create a Culture of Loss Prevention
  • How to Prevent Employee Theft
  • How to Prevent Employee Error
  • How to Create an Efficient Receiving Process 
  • How to Prevent Perishable Shrinkage
  • How to Prevent Non-Perishable Shrinkage
  • How to Prevent Shoplifting

You will also gain immediate access to the electronic version and the paperback will follow in few days.

And you are also entitled to 50% discount on this one too.

 

 

Making profit in retail How to Make Profit in retail

 £9.97

Why Is Harrods The Favourite Playground of The Rich and famous

During my research for these books, I visited Harrods.

      Harrods attracts royalties, A-list Hollywood stars, heads of states and the “who is who” from around the world.

      So you can now imagine my anticipation at visiting one of the most famous retail stores in the world.

I was hoping I will catch a glimpse of some Russian oligarch or Saudi prince.

      However, instead of Russian oligarchs or Middle Eastern Sheikhs, what caught my attention was a toy bus.

I had bought the identical bus for my son from ASDA. 

It was the same bus in the same packaging.

An odd question popped into my mind when I noticed the bus…

Why is it that the same bus…

In the same packaging…

Probably made in the same factory in China…

By the same people…sold in Harrods for almost three times the price it was sold for in ASDA?

At first it seemed a mystery to me…

But as I walked around Harrods the answer came to me.

ASDA sells a toy bus.

Harrods sells classy toy bus even if it is made in the same factory in China.

There is a difference and that difference is what these books are about.

As stated previously, the price of a product is determined by:

  • Who is buying
  • The amount they are willing to pay
  • How the product is sold to them

The reason the same bus, made in the same factory in China was sold in Harrods for almost three times the price it was sold for in ASDA, comes down to who shop at Harrods and how the bus was sold to them.

      The royalties, A-list Hollywood stars, heads of states and the “who is who” from around the world who shop at Harrods do not go there to buy the crappy plastic made in China for fifty cents, they buy the experience and feeling of buying in Harrods.

  • They buy Harrods store design
  • They buy Harrods visual merchandising display
  • They buy the exceptional customer service of Harrods store assistants
  • They buy the feeling of walking around the city of London with Harrods shopping bags in their hands.

Do you want to learn how to design your store like Harrods?

      Do you want to learn how to design your store and create an attractive visual merchandising display that will get customers flocking into your store every day of the week?

 

Click on the images below and order your copy of any of the books now and benefit from the 50% discount.

 

Designing a retail store Store Design Blueprint

£5.97

Visual merchandising display blueprint Visual Merchandise Display

£5.97

How to increase retail sales How to Increase Retail Sales

£6.97

Making profit in retail How to Make Profit in Retail

 £9.97

Free Advice For Tesco CEO

      If Mr. Clarke cares to know the reason Tesco customers are deserting Tesco for Aldi, Lidl and Waitrose.

This is it.

      Customers’ buying from Aldi and Lidl has nothing to do with the price as Mr. Clare claimed.

If it was only about price, they would have gone to 99p or pound stores.

 

Those Tesco customers deserting Tesco for Aldi and Lidl are doing so because those supermarkets sell cheap products made in Germany.

The shoppers are not buying the products, they are buying Germany.

As for Waitrose, they are not deserting Tesco for Waitrose because they believe the stuff about healthy food.

      Many of them are professionals who are smart enough to know there is no evidence to prove that Waitrose food is going to add a hundred more years to their lives.

It is about feeling.

 

It feels good walking on the High Street with a Waitrose shopping bag than that a Tesco one.

      So if Mr. Clare wants to be as successful as his predecessor, he might want to order these books immediately.

      Within them are the blueprints his predecessor used to transform Tesco into a global brand.

 

Click on the images below and order your copy of any of the books now and benefit from the 50% discount.

Designing a retail store Store Design Blueprint

£5.97

Visual merchandising display blueprint Visual Merchandise Display

£5.97

How to increase retail sales How to Increase Retail Sales  £6.97
Making profit in retail How to Make Profit in Retail £9.97

Bonus

      When you order your copy of any of the books, email me a copy of your receipt with the subject: Free Consultation and I will arrange a free hour long Skype consultation with you.

 Go ahead click on the images below and order your copy of any of the books now and benefit from the 50% discount and a free Skype consultation with me. 

Designing a retail store Store Design Blueprint

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Visual merchandising display blueprint Visual Merchandise Display

£5.97

How to increase retail sales How to Increase Retail Sales

£6.97

Making profit in retail How to Make Profit

 £9.97

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