29. May 2019 | Exhibitor´s Corner, Feature, Gallery, Retail Marketing, Shopping Today

The 2019 POPAI Awards finalists in our photo gallery

This year’s POPAI Awards finalists prove that retail displays can do more than just grab the attention of consumers.

Today’s displays not only reflect the overall customer journey, but also focus on storytelling and digital elements.

The POPAI Awards were presented on May 8, 2019, in Frankfurt, Germany.

Tie-Case

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Tie Case

This classy and stylish tie case product display is designed to boost cross-selling of ties and pocket squares. Customers see the entire product line at a glance and get inspired to purchase more items.

After Eight Eurostar Display

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After Eight Eurostar Display

The “After Eight“ Winter Edition wants to inspire customers with “Small Gifts For Precious Moments“ (Kleine Präsente für schöne Momente). The organized layout gives consumers easy access to products. The color and shape are striking and match the corporate identity design of the After Eight Company and the City of London.

NIVEA Face Cussions + Cellular ReLaunch2018

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NIVEA Face Cushions + Cellular ReLaunch2018

The innovative Nivea display invites customers to test its products. The manufacturer reports that millions of potential consumers were reached after the product launch. The display and the advertised product exude high quality thanks to the embedded silver foil box.

Display Nature Cosmetics

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NKO Tower Natural Cosmetics dm

Standing tall at 140 centimeters, this display motivates customers to touch the products. Other benefits are the display’s high quality and long service life because it can accommodate seasonal designs. The well-thought-out product layout also supports the purchase of complementary products.

Got2b Color Display

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Got2b Color Display

 

The display’s powerful colors and unique design grab the customer’s attention. Retailers can present products in ways to get them noticed. The corrugated cardboard display is very stable, yet easy to recycle. Retailers can place entire product trays in the display, thus eliminating the need to unpack individual items and allowing for a faster restocking process.

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Schneemann Charlie ESPRIT

The three-dimensional cardboard snowman is an eye-catching storefront window display and a counterpoint to the winter season’s conventional mannequins. The display’s simple structure and an easy redesign of cardboard elements cause the snowman to melt over the course of the season, ultimately leaving only a puddle of water. The snowman display keeps shrinking like the prices continue to shrink over the course of the year. Since there is no text, the snowman can be easily adapted for international settings.

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PENNY BOX 80

Street art is the notable feature of this display that was created for Penny. The unique color scheme, spray paint and lighting design catch the eye and reflect the lifestyle of the store site. An integrated monitor facilitates further advertising options. The custom implementation seeks to embody the vibe of the store’s neighborhood.

Turtle Beach Kiosk Display mit Kopfhörern

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Turtle Beach Kiosk Display

Customers need to experience products like headphones. Sound performance and comfort are essential to prompt a sale. The display by Cornehl GmbH is designed to make this possible. The rear screen, touch display, and digital fact tags are standout features. Apart from being a visual merchandising element, this innovative display also acts as a digital consultant and consumer decision-making tool.

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Weleda Winter Concept 2018

The designer team focused on emotions and the overall customer journey when it conceived the seasonal display for Weleda. The combination of pre-sale, sale and after-sale creates an effective customer journey. The sales success was a testament to the winning concept. The advent calendars already sold out in November.

Tags: EuroCIS 2019, POPAI, award

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