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Rollover – Visitor Attraction Kiosk Makeover

2 September 2021

Rollover asked us to revamp one of their worn out, retired theme park hospitality kiosks and get it ready for its new home at Lee Valley Park. With a focus on sustainability, Rollover were keen to reuse the existing kiosk and give it a new lease of life and we were more than up for the challenge. We removed the Kiosk from Drayton Manor theme park and took it back to our factory where we set to work revamping its... View Project

Kinetic Wellbeing – Gift Tray

2 September 2021

Kinetic Wellbeing, a pharmaceutical company that make wellbeing products for use at home tasked us with creating a retail display unit for Well Pharmacy Stores. The display needed to fit within existing retail shelving or be suitable for the countertop, be robust enough to last in store for over a year and have replaceable graphics so that the signage could be changed with different branding and images. To save on logistics costs, the client also requested that the display was... View Project

Brewers – Albany Paint Display

15 July 2021

Looking to increase awareness of their Albany brand paint range, Brewers asked us to come up with a new kit of parts retail display that could be used across their retail estate. With the aim to drive new sales, the brand wanted to expand a 1-metre in-store display to 3-metres, using a display system that could be easily installed by store staff. We created a prototype that was implemented into a select number of stores for testing, to see how... View Project

Ferrero – Nutella & Go! Sustainability Review

24 June 2021

Setting our own personal sustainability objectives for 2021, we pledged to review all of POS displays we produce to see if we could improve them for our clients, to either add value, reduce overall cost, or reduce their impact to the environment. New technology, materials and production processes entering the industry over the years has left many traditional display designs in need for review. So that’s exactly what we did. We challenged ourselves to go back to the drawing board... View Project