Tag: point of purchase

Brands—the Future of Cannabis

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The cannabis industry is evolving quickly. Just six years ago recreational sales were non-existent, and now sales in the US legal marijuana market are expected to reach $8 billion in 2018. While the initial focus after legalization was on cultivation and distribution of products, it is now starting to shift. The mad rush to grow… Read more »

How to Survive in the Rapidly Evolving Outdoor Retail World.

Sports Authority, Gander Mountain, Toys”R”Us…It seems like physical retailers are disappearing at an alarming rate. While online sales are projected to continue growing in market share, 91% of US retail sales are still taking place in-store. So what is going on? The retail industry is evolving, not dying. According to ConsumerVue, “Outdoor consumers shop with a… Read more »

99 Bottles of Beer – Will They Choose Yours?

It’s no secret that one of the biggest challenges for craft beer companies today is the ever-increasing number of breweries in the market. The fact that consumers have so many options to choose from is why it is so important to understand how they choose their beer. By understanding consumers and how they buy, you… Read more »

How to Capture a Yeti

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The Yeti, known to some as Sasquatch or Abominable Snowman, is largely categorized into the realm of folklore and fairy tales, due primarily to the lack of evidence of its existence. There is no proof or records of anyone managing to present the mysterious creature. That is, until we did. Irony was not lost when… Read more »

The Value of Visual Presence in the Cannabis Industry

Creative solutions that solve dispensary challenges and benefit all. For many consumers, walking into a dispensary can be intimidating. Strict regulations combine with unpredictable wait times that result in customers being overwhelmed before they even enter the crowded sales area. But as companies are settling in and adjusting their strategies, things are starting to change…. Read more »