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Kenro offers new space-saving solutions for retailers
Leading frame and album distributor, Kenro, has launched two new point-of-sale stands for retailers to display a comprehensive range of products in a space efficient manner.
Manufactured from strong metal, one model has been designed for large poster frames whilst the other is for medium photo frames. Both stands have a black finish and are extremely versatile, meaning retailers can help maximise choice for customers without compromising on space.
Commenting on the new stands, managing director Paul Kench said: "Retail space is always at a premium so we set about designing these two new stands very much with the retailer in mind, they have been designed to enable shops with restricted floor space to display a good range of Kenro products within a small footprint. Our frames offer retailers great profit margins and I'm sure the two stands will help push frame sales."
Tel: 01793 615836
Fax: 01793 530108
PMA Retail Business Development Forum 2013
Launch of “Print it .. or lose it “
This year’s Retail Forum identifies key issues for the photo industry. We have expert
speakers on a range of topics but, as usual, this is a very interactive day where
participation is encouraged and expected. Retailers can listen to the ideas on
offer and share their thoughts and experiences,
One of the main subjects will be the launch of the “Print it..or lose it” campaign, to be
introduced by Swain’s Danny Williams, while attendees will also be able to gain
the update on the important ID Photo campaign,
DATE: Tuesday 14th May
2013 9.30 to 16.30.
VENUE: Holiday Inn Coventry ( M6 Junction 2).
Cost to attend to include all materials and refreshments: £40 plus VAT
Here is the full programme:
09.30 Why is “convergence” worth
Tim Constable of Rycote shows how to make the video even better.More video content is being
created and watched than ever before. Over 72 hours are uploaded on Youtube per
minute. It monetizes over 1 billion views per week. Users with spot on content
make money. Their viral success is not image alone with at least 50% being
great audio. Video is too big to ignore and to produce a good video with great
audio is not rocket science! However your customers capture video, audio is
always an issue. We have the solutions.
10.30 "Print it or
lose it" . Danny Williams of Swains introduces a new promotional campaign for getting your
customers, who now capture many more images than ever before, to print them.
They have many ideas on how you can promote this very strong message both in
store and using local advertising.
The programme is supported with posters for you to download and print and use in
store and in your windows.
11.30 Photo Print products. Jeremy Wills, Future Source Jeremy’s
session will quantify the current photo
output markets (photo-prints, photobooks and merchandise), discuss what is
driving and impacting these markets and provide the outlook for the next few
years. While looking at UK
data the session will also make wider European reference with a view to help
13.30 Swapping cameras
for camera phones Megan
Baldock of GfK will provide evidence of the move from compact cameras to
smartphones. What are the demographics for smartphone users and how will this
impact efforts to get them to make prints?
14.30 Prints from phones. Steve Giordano of Lucidiom presents
data regarding smartphones and prints. Is “Publishing” rather then “printing”
still the way to move this market forward in the same way as the higher priced
camera users have adopted this approach?
15.30 ID Photos Update.
Olivier Gimpel presents the latest moves in the digital photo ID market. The campaign
to preserve the printed ID photo market and to continue to direct the public to
the photo retailer is moving forward and this session will provide details of
the current and future state of play and of future actions and activities to
keep this topic at the forefront.
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