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Small is beautiful: new Compact Mix ’n’ Match Bestseller Display Stand

Our new Compact Mix ’n’ Match Bestseller Display Stand is a great way to showcase seasonal or bestselling ranges, move them around in-store as required – and generate additional impulse sales.
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Small is beautiful: new Compact Mix ’n’ Match Bestseller Display Stand
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Small is beautiful: new Compact Mix ’n’ Match Bestseller Display Stand

With the gardening season now in full swing, floor space is rapidly filling up in store. Tools and accessories are in hot demand, and getting everything on display which you’d like customers to see, can feel like a bit of a juggling act.

That’s why we’re offering a clever space-saving display solution which might help to take the pressure off. Our new Compact Mix ’n’ Match Bestseller Display Stand is a great way to showcase seasonal or bestselling ranges, move them around in-store as required – and generate additional impulse sales.

With a footprint of just 0.2sqm, it’s easy to dual-locate top-selling items. For example, you might want to feature gardening gloves in a gifting environment, as well as in the garden accessories area. Or you might choose to use it to showcase items from several different categories as a cohesive, problem-solving collection – for example the lawn care option, which features our RHS-endorsed large, hand, and cutting tools, as well as our Tough Tools lawn knife.

That’s the clever part about this new display stand; each side of the display is standalone, and you can mix and match the options, personalising the unit to hold the lines that work best for you. Like strawberries and basil, it might be an unconventional pairing, but you know your customers and their shopping habits, so if you’re happy… then we’re happy.

This castor-mounted, go-anywhere stand is simple to merchandise, and to make life even easier, we have prepared a selection of six best-selling planograms for you. You can choose from:

We’ve looked carefully at the figures for the lines that the Compact Mix ’n’ Match Bestseller Display Stand is designed to carry, and we estimate that one stand can offer a per-annum profit of £5,200 – that’s an astonishing £20k profit per square metre! This is a compact stand which really punches above its weight.

You can view full details of this stand here. If you’d like to order a Compact Mix ’n’ Match Bestseller Display Stand combination, or would like to discuss what options might work best for you, contact your area sales manager. Alternatively, feel free to email us at sales@burgonandball.com, and we’ll be happy to help.

And if you’ve never tried strawberries with basil, by the way, we heartily recommend you give it a go!

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