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Visual Merchandising Expertise for Farm Food Stores

Here at International Visual we spend our days making shops look good and getting them to perform better. We specialise in giving shops ‘make-overs’. Our input can make a visible difference in a very short timescale and often without the need for expensive shop fitting.

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We source and supply any props and kit required and then get to work on improving your shop. We get our sleeves rolled up and physically work with you and your team to make the most of your store.

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We have worked closely with several Farm Shops recently to create the right environment and promote their produce in the right way to get those extra sales. The photographs show the results and we take pride that we also get invited back because our ideas work!

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Add visual theatre to your perimeter walls that reinforce your key messages and provide information, customers will read these whilst waiting to be served.

 

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Add visual theatre to the exterior of your store by using visual props that make a statement and attract attention.

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Use visual propping and related products to enhance a key product story like we have done here with this egg story.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See the gallery below for lots more inspirational photos of our work

 

If you need to improve your shop environment or know that your Visual Merchandising needs to be improved, get in touch with us.

Regards

Lynda & Phill

Lynda Murray 

Managing Director

lynda@int-vis.com – +44 7741 035 970

Phill Hill

Creative Director

phill@int-vis.com – +44 7748 333 919

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Balgove Larder – near St Andrews Scotland

On a recent trip to St Andrews in Scotland we came accross the recently established Balgove Larder.

It results from the dream of businessman and food lover Will Docker, and is already proving to be a huge attraction for residents, visitors, and the town’s large student population. The concept of building a quality farm shop brand was born in the summer of 2009 to cater for the apparent niche in the St Andrews market and to help generate a greater interest in locally grown, and sourced, seasonal produce.

The buildings, which had served numerous roles including a dairy, grain store and cattle shed, were deteriorating to the extent that they needed to be developed or demolished,the impressive conversion incorporates as much environmentally responsible thinking as possible.

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Balgove Larder
Strathtyrum Estate
St Andrews
Fife
Scotland
KY16 9SF

click here to visit their website

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