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PRODUCT TRENDS REQUIRE ANOTHER PIVOT AT RETAIL

Posted by Megan Reinertson on July 19, 2021

Covid-19 turned the world on its head.  We're defining new norms and what once made sense, is up for individual assumption and acceptance. Especially throughout the United States.  The Real Estate market had an astronomical increase rate over the last two years with no signs of correction, pet shelters' inventory is at an all-time low (YAY!) and auto-lots are practically begging people to trade-in their vehicles; almost making non-classic cars an appreciating asset.  Analysts are on a non-stop statistical hunt with our consumption and spending. 

What about shopping trends within retail? 

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Topics: Remodel, Merchandising, Retail, trends, Distribution, cpg, product movement, boost product sales, product cut-in, resets, front-end management, retail re-alignment, in stock at the front end, stay in stock, Data Collection, #storelevelexecution, #restockingstores, Retail Stores, Restocking at Retail, COVID-19, Coronavirus, #cpgcompanies, Grocery, TNG Retail Services, Team Members, store resets, covid grocery category increases, grocery retailers, in-store execution, grocery industry change, grocery retail renovations, Makeup, makeup aisle, beauty aisle, increase sales, merchandise organization, Behind the scenes

Looking & feeling your best is back: retail opportunity sparked.

Posted by Megan Reinertson on June 7, 2021

The masks are coming off and America is opening up.  The newest CDC regulations have sparked a new wave of interactions, and people are beginning to step back into the social light.  And, they're bringing pre-Covid practices with them.

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Topics: Merchandising, product movement, boost product sales, front-end management, retail re-alignment, in stock at the front end, planograms, people powered, Audits, Retail Stores, Coronavirus, TNG Retail Services, Health, Resources, store resets, private brands, grocery retailers, in-store execution, Cosmetics, Beauty, Makeup, looking good, makeup aisle, beauty aisle, increase sales

Getting in and Getting out

Posted by Megan Reinertson on January 7, 2021

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How do you encourage customers to shop, but also get them to do it quickly and efficiently?

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Topics: Remodel, Merchandising, general merchandise, trends, Distribution, jhooks, mapping, cpg, product movement, boost product sales, product cut-in, resets, retail sales data, in stock at the front end, CPG companies, build your brand at retail, set up displays quicker, POG, planograms, Data Collection, #restockingstores, Retail Stores, Restocking at Retail, COVID-19, #instoremarketing, #cpgcompanies, Stores, Grocery, Albertsons, TNG Retail Services, Health, Safety, #wereinthistogether, new distribution center, store resets, private brands, shopping trip consolidation, grocery retailers, in-store execution, shopper marketing, grocery industry change, new store set-up, grocery retail renovations

Categories Trending At Retail Create Need For Store Remodels

Posted by Anita Baldwinson on December 18, 2020

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Consumers, with the change in routine and habits are making different choices than they were even eight months ago. There has been a definite shift where money is being spent and this requires grocery retailers to act and change up stores in response to that shift. I recently attended a Supermarket News industry webinar that highlighted some of those changes. Some were surprising, others were not. Here’s a broad sweep list:

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Topics: Merchandising, millennials, trends, boost product sales, appeal to millennials at retail, #retailexecution, #storelevelexecution, #pointofpurchase, Health, store conversions, covid grocery category increases, in-store execution, grocery industry change, new store set-up, grocery retail renovations

Optic Intelligence: A visionary system

Posted by Megan Reinertson on September 3, 2020

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We all experience management on many different levels. Many agree good management begins with communication. What we do not always realize is communication is a very broad term which stretches far beyond person to person. Especially in a technologically advanced world, communication is available on so many different platforms. At TNG Retail Services, we combine technology and communication every day to make our services and our clients’ management capabilities the best.

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Topics: Remodel, Merchandising, Retail, logistics, impulse, product movement, boost product sales, product cut-in, resets, front-end management, data validation, causal data collection, checkout management, stay in stock, in stock at retail, CPG companies, build your brand at retail, set up displays quicker, POG, planograms, Data Collection, Audits, compliance, Analytics

Time to Plan the Holiday Season at Retail?

Posted by Anita Baldwinson on June 7, 2019

As you know, there is no better time to plan for the coming holiday season, than summer!

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Topics: Merchandising, one contact for merchandising, boost product sales, product cut-in, retail re-alignment, data validation, retail sales data, causal data collection, in stock at the front end, checkout management, stay in stock, in stock at retail, CPG companies, build your brand at retail, national merchandising coverage, build holiday sales, set up displays quicker

Power Up Your Front End with Merchandising

Posted by John Perner on April 11, 2019

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Topics: Merchandising, Retail, cpg, product movement, boost product sales, front-end management, in stock at the front end, checkout management, stay in stock, in stock at retail

Data, married up with reality at retail, is smart retailing

Posted by Anita Baldwinson on October 3, 2018

Customer-obsessed companies are using their data in ever smarter ways. Today, technology systems are a great resource, allowing for smarter decisions being made at retail. Those systems are providing more and more sophisticated analytics to be able to slice and dice the information for those decisions. John Tavolieri, President of U.S. FMCG and Retail and Chief Technology and Operations Officer at Nielsen states... “Now more than ever, speed of data is imperative. Earlier data delivery leads to faster, data-driven actions. For all companies navigating the current dynamic business environment, every day counts.”1. 

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Topics: boost product sales, data validation, retail sales data, causal data collection

Thinking About A Check-Out Redesign?

Posted by Anita Baldwinson on June 4, 2018

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You’re wanting a new front-end look and are designing your checkout. When does it make sense to bring in a supplier to help?

Recently, a large retailer, based upon what they were hearing in the marketplace and on the advice of some interested parties, decided to change up their front-end checkout units. The result was an aesthetic look that didn’t quite turn out like they had hoped in terms of ensuring the space was productive.

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Topics: boost product sales, resets, front-end management, retail re-alignment

Merchandising Can Affect Your Bottom Line: 7 ways to protect your dollar drain

Posted by Anita Baldwinson on April 3, 2018

Questions you should be asking when shopping for a company to merchandise your product at store-level.

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1. Is the company customer-centric?
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Topics: Merchandising, Retail, cpg, product movement, one contact for merchandising, boost product sales

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