12 results for tag: Localization


Exciting Trends Ahead For Retail

2018 is already shaping up to be another dynamic year for retail. Trends suggest that for retailers to continue driving sales in this ever-changing environment, staying nimble and emphasizing experience are key.

Big Retail Embraces Small Format

Learn how retailers are investing in small-format stores with limited inventory and streamlined service offerings and achieving significant results over traditional store footprints.

Back-to-School is in Session

Back-to-School 2017 represents an $83.6 billion retail opportunity. To maximize impact and get the most out of this critical season, it is important for retailers to consider key market insights.

Pop-Ups Shape Consumer Journey

With careful planning and execution, pop-up storefronts are a valuable opportunity for brands to increase sales and reach target markets.

5 Easy Ways to Help Store Associates Correctly Place P.O.P. and Signage

How do you ensure your next big campaign hits stores the way you've envisioned since you first started planning for it six to nine months ago? Make it easy for your field team.

Versioning Made Simple & Fast

Enhance your print production workflow by leveraging the Imagine! Production Art Team.

6 Ways to Incorporate Variable Data into Your Marketing Programs

Variable data printing allows personalization without slowing down the production process. And these days, personalization and fast production time are two of the most elusive things a marketer looks for in a campaign.

Break Through the Clutter with One-to-One Marketing

Shoppers today face an overload of visual clutter in the marketplace, whether it's digital or in-person. A chaotic amount of messaging clogs up the aisles in such a way that shoppers barely notice brands' attention-seeking efforts.

React Faster with Localized Marketing

It’s important to get up close and personal with the communities where you have a presence.

How to Speak to the Locals

Not all marketing campaigns speak to your target audience in the same way, it must be localized. And a virtual “cut-and-paste” of your restaurant’s national marketing campaign will no longer be enough.