Style and colour of shop fitting items are also important factors to consider. Bright, flashy colours might actually attract or detract shoppers from approaching fittings so it is essential that you plan what products to sell in unison with the occasion.
Customers will appreciate fittings inside a shop as long as they are spaced well and do not form a clutter. The last thing you want to have is a shop resembling a warehouse with shelf upon shelf upon shelf.
Before considering which Shop Fitting accessories to buy speak to your sales team to ask them what works and what doesn’t. You would not want to change too many things if sales are good. However, an upgrade on fittings every now and then will show that your business cares about your customers and will show your innovation and genuine interest in what you are doing.
When speaking to the professionals always ensure that they visit your shop onsite rather than being given a vague description which might end up with Shop Fittings that do not gel with your store or shop. Make sure they understand what you want and need rather than what they want to sell you. Of course, also be open to initiatives and ideas from the shop fitters. Their experience might open up some light bulbs in your head.
Asking other shopkeepers who they used for their Shop Fitting is a normal procedure, especially if you have seen something that you like in their own shops. Contact the shop fitters to see whether they are able to come round and produce something similar to that shop for the space you have. It might or might not be possible but it’s worth a try.