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5 Tools To Help You Get Your Product Into Retail Stores

Posted by Don Keller

Regardless of what products you sell or what industry you are in, you need to ensure that you get your products in front of store buyers and into retail stores.

If your products are not in stores, it will be much more challenging for you to meet your sales targets moving forward.

When customers see your products on store shelves it not only gives your offerings a certain amount of credibility but also gives them an opportunity to see your products up close and personal so they can get a real feel for what your offerings are all about.

 

While many retailers opt to sell their products online, there is a lot to be gained from selling in-store.

If you are currently selling your products exclusively online, now is the time to think about getting your products in front of store buyers so you can get them onto the shelves of the major retailers.

E-commerce has blown up in recent years and while it is a fantastic way to sell your products and very cost-effective, it is now more competitive than ever.

Selling your products using a combination of in-store and e-commerce approaches is the best way to ensure that you maximize your sales.

Getting your products into retail stores might seem challenging at first, however, there are many different avenues you can pursue, and with the right approach, you can ensure that your products find their rightful place on the store shelves.

Below, we take a look at just a few tools that you can get your product in front of store buyers and into the retail stores.

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Topics: Product Development, Rebranding

6 Compelling Package Branding Design Case Studies

Posted by Michael Garlitz

All brands have a story to tell...the compelling reason that they came to be, the inspiration that planted the seed...the aspiration that drives them forward. Branding Design is distilling that essence—that energy and inertia—into a tangible (and hopefully impressionable) statement about a company and its products.

A logo brandmark and packaging are extensions of Branding Design— both are visual touchpoints put out to a target audience in hopes of engagement. They form opinions in the minds of consumers about a product its source, therefore it's important that Branding Design be true to the company's core values in order to gain consumer loyalty.

Below are 6 compelling Branding Design Case Studies that Catalpha has had the opportunity to develop.
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Topics: Branding, Marketing, Packaging Design, Design, Product Development, Rebranding, Brand Loyalty, Luxury Packaging, Food Packaging Design, Beauty Packaging, Retail, product packaging

Why Brand Credibility and Package Design Are So Important

Posted by Karen Kerski

Great brands build it. Weak brands destroy it.

It only takes an instant. A customer sees your product package, website, maybe a post and immediately makes a judgment on your brand based solely on that single experience.

That one instantaneous judgment can result in loss of credibility. All the hours and money invested in creating the product is wasted. It’s a fact of business.

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Topics: Branding, Packaging Design, Rebranding

Hills Science Diet Package Redesign - A Success?

Posted by Don Keller

Packaging design is critical for business owners to ensure that their product stands out on the shelf.

However, determining just how valuable design is can be difficult. The team at the Dieline Packaging Blog and Designalytics, a company that provides design analytics to consumer brands,  introduced the Designalytics Effectiveness Award at the annual Dieline Awards to answer this question and to emphasizes the role of packaging design in business growth and expansion.

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The 2020 Grand Prize Award for Designalytics Effectiveness was awarded to the Hill’s Science Diet packaging redesign.

This sleek, attractive redesign allowed  Hill's to increase their sales significantly and generate more revenue.

The clean, modern design was a worthy winner of this year’s Designalytics Effectiveness Award and we would like to extend our congratulations to Hill’s and their design team on what they have achieved with this great redesign.

Let’s take a closer look at just a few reasons that this packaging redesign is a winner:

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Topics: Packaging Design, Rebranding

The Importance of a Consistent Brand Across All Channels of Marketing

Posted by Don Keller

With the fast-paced nature of marketing and new brand ideas popping up all the time, it is hard not to get caught up with creating new ways of marketing your brand.

However, it is vitally important that you are consistent with the ways in which you promote your brand with its styles, designs, values and messaging.

Brands can have multiple effects; they can attract customers with their brand personalities as well as keep customers loyal to the business.

 

The businesses that become bored with their brands too quickly and constantly want to create original ideas for keeping up with current trends, usually jeopardize their brand.

Keeping up with current trends is not a bad thing, it can ensure that your brand does not get outdated. However, some companies may sacrifice other important elements of the brand if it is changed too much.

Keeping the brand consistent is especially important, if your brand is constantly changing over different platforms then it can have negative effects.

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Topics: Branding, Marketing, Rebranding

Successful Young Candy Entrepreneur Shares His Sweet Success Secrets

Posted by Don Keller

The following is a recent interview I had with the owner of Dave's Sweet Tooth Toffee - Andrew Chmielewski.  Andrew has taken his home toffee recipe to a national level with his product which is now in many stores nationwide including Krogers, Sam’s and many others.  I spent a few minutes with Andrew recently as he gave me the '411' of his success…

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Topics: Branding, Rebranding, Brand Loyalty, Food Packaging Design

Create a Brand Name to Remember

Posted by Karen Kerski

It’s fascinating looking at all the product and company names that you come across daily whether it’s a B2B or B2C company. There are many companies that have been around 100 years or more that are still highly recognized and respected.

They have persevered the generational changes adapting strategy to the times. Some have made modifications to their name or logo as part of their adapting technique.

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Topics: Branding, Rebranding

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