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0 Top trends in retail lighting for 2018 - With retail lighting undergoing major changes in 2018, the next 12 months will see a shift to more human-centric illumination and new technologies emerging in both the controls and delivery of lighting. Retailite Head of Design Liam Petrie-Allbutt says there will be four main areas of focus for retail lighting this year
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iesanz The Future of Retail Lighting - Taken from December 2017/January 2018 issue of Lighting. Official publication of IESANZ
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0M0A8496 Outdoor goods retailer gets lighting upgrade - When retail lighting specialist Retailite, part of Gerard Lighting, was designing a lighting solution for outdoor and camping goods retailer Kathmandu, the key challenge was to bring the outdoor look inside.
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kat-crop 4 ways your store lighting influences customers - Lighting plays a major role in creating the right atmosphere for any environment, but it is crucial in a retail space as it can influence how your customers shop. According to Retailite senior lighting design specialist Patty Tartaglia, some retailers have reported a 10 per cent increase in sales following a lighting redesign
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forever How Fitting Room Lighting Affects The Way You See Yourself - Have you ever felt that an outfit you tried on in store looked completely different once you arrived home? Many customers experience ‘the fitting room effect’ when shopping – purchasing an item after viewing it in the carefully constructed change room scenario, and then receiving a shock when seeing it again at home in completely different circumstances.
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tailored lighting How Tailored Retail Lighting Changes The Way Your Customers Shop - Lighting plays a part in creating the atmosphere for any environment – but it can be hugely influential within a retail space! Here are 4 ways that a tailored retail lighting solution can affect your customers
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KitAce3-300x173 Getting shoppers into the mood - On some occasions, shopping can be a relaxing and entertaining experience. Other times, it can be pure torture. In both instances, the actual retail store might be the same, and the staff may be equally helpful; the difference is all in the customer’s mindset. Customers who are angry, annoyed or frustrated are less likely to take the time to browse around the store and pick up extra items.
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