The entire world of marketing today runs on brand identity, and the trade show business is no stranger to this notion. Consumers of today automatically form relationships with brands, whose identities they can relate to, or find attractive. This is the same reason why companies such as Apple and Microsoft have the mass appeal that they do, and this idea is something that every exhibition company has to lay a lot of focus on. In order to gain tons of leads and attendee numbers, your exhibition stall designer
must showcase your brand identity strongly, so that consumers know what they’re looking at, how you can benefit them, and ultimately choose your brand as the alpha.
Here are some great ways to incorporate your brand identity into your retail store, or, booth design:
Banners – Signage is fundamental to brand identity. It helps to embolden your messaging concerning your activities and what causes you to stand for. The banners give your customers directly, welcome prospective customers, and also offers guidelines factors that lead to a better “first impressions”. After all, At the entrance to the store, the brand identity needs to be strong. Nobody wants to be the only person buying from you.
You can come up with a mesmerising messaging that tickles their fancy or something fun that makes them smile. The thing is, your message should be impressionable enough such that it will not only slay your customers locally and social media platforms, but it should also bring you more business.
A powerful brand logo – A brand logo is the most exciting piece in the brand-building process. It plays a huge role in the in-store experience for customers and is the emotional bridge between your store and your customers. The logo becomes your identity and the constant reminder of the promises to your customers. The first thing you would want to consider when creating a logo is the visuals because they’ll be placed almost everywhere, so they do need to look good. The logo can be placed on price tags, shopping bags, receipts, price tags even on the employees’ uniforms and more.
Choosing proper colour schemes – Humans beings have a huge visual appeal. The colour psychology you incorporate in your retail store is a powerful indicator of what kind of store you are. Colours could convey much information for your retail store including the price range, your personality and the aura of your offers. Then there is the psychological impact. In other words, different shades of colour tell your customers more about your business. For example, blue is a welcoming colour and also signifies trust. If you are targeting the general audience that’s the most appropriate colour. Red evokes boldness and excitement which are traits associated with the target