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Point-of-Purchase started as a bimonthly in Dec 2000 as POP Today and was relaunched in Aug 2005 as Point Of Purchase. From August 2008, POP turned monthly and updates the industry helping them explore brand communication options at retail. It covers the in-store activities of brands, retail promotions, review of POP products, consumer behaviour and various resources relating to vendor contact details and new products. It provides a common communication platform that encourages knowledge transactions between the various interest groups such as Brand marketers, Retailers, POP/Signage producers and design agencies in the Indian POP industry.

HOW KITKAT CRAFTED A ‘CHOCOLATORY' STORY

The FMCG category has always been a dynamic one, whether in terms of product range, consumer behaviour or of supply chain and distribution.

HOW KITKAT CRAFTED A ‘CHOCOLATORY' STORY

7 mins

‘TRUST IS BUILT THROUGH THE BRAND COMMUNICATION'

There was one positive fallout of the sudden shift in consumer buying behavior post Covid. And that was the marked rise in demand for immunity building and hygiene products of good quality. As per a Nielsen report, the hand wash segment expanded 60% in March 2020 compared to 7% in the preceding three months. As a result, more innovative products and newer brands are entering the personal hygiene space. FMCG major Emami Limited, after making a successful foray into the hygiene space with BoroPlus Advanced Anti-Germ Hand Sanitizer in April 2020, recently expanded its BoroPlus Hygiene Range. In a special conversation with Point of Purchase, Priti A Sureka, Director, Emami Limited, shares more details about this expansion, the biggest challenge for the FMCG industry today, key tips for retailers to navigate the crisis, and more.

3 mins

‘THERE IS INCREASED UNDERSTANDING OF BUSINESS BENEFITS FROM DIGITAL SIGNAGE'

Brands today are increasingly taking the technological route to communicate with their end users, making the shopping experience more experiential while also fulfilling the basic consumer needs today for safe, contactless shopping and a reassuring retail environment. This makes it inevitable for a tech-enabled ecosystem, with a network of centrally controlled digital display solutions, coming into play. Brand across segments, including the automotive industry,are hopping on to the digital bandwagon and this has led to the entry of more and more digital signage solutions led by established tech players. For example, Panasonic India’s SignEdge Display Network presents itself as an end-to-end solution leading to seamless communication for the automotive industry at their point of sale. Recently, Panasonic India installed a digital signage solution for MG Motor India to drive communications to its customers across dealerships through multiscreen video walls, standalone displays etc. Vijay Wadhawan, Group Chief, System Solutions Division, Panasonic India, shares with Point Of purchase the whole journey.

‘THERE IS INCREASED UNDERSTANDING OF BUSINESS BENEFITS FROM DIGITAL SIGNAGE'

3 mins

‘IMPORTANT TO BE OPERATIONALLY NIMBLE'

Digital is the go-to shopping mode today for an increasing number of people, even in categories like fruits and vegetables. And along with the growing dependence on digital is the growing need for farm fresh products. Established in 2016 as a store offering premium quality of farm-fresh vegetables and fruits in the upmarket neighborhood of Powai, Mumbai, ‘Fraazo’ reinvented itself by adopting a digital-first approach and launched the ‘Fraazo App’ in October 2019. Started by the quartet Atul Kumar, Aashish Krishnatre, Vikas Dosala and Sumit Rai, Fraazo is a retail brand under VnF Ideas Private Limited, Mumbai’s leading B2B player in perishables category providing farm-fresh vegetables and fruits. The brand joined VnF family in 2019 and has since then been servicing over 2 lakh households in Mumbai and Pune and 60 plus societies through its innovative value chain module. Atul Kumar, Co-Founder & CEO, Fraazo shares with Point Of Purchase more on the Fraazo journey.

‘IMPORTANT TO BE OPERATIONALLY NIMBLE'

4 mins

Retail As A Connected Economy

The current pandemic has created strategic opportunities in the true sense, and brands and retailers can make the most of this opportunity by positioning themselves as a connected economy, says Jalpa Patel – Lead Interior Architect and Sr.Visual Merchandiser, ZenGenius Inc, while drawing on interesting examples from the US.

Retail As A Connected Economy

4 mins

A SEAMLESS OMNICHANNEL PLATFORM FOR STARTUPS

As a consumer moves from a print ad to a social media platform, or from a chatbot to a web page or a brickand-mortar store, brands are moving away from onesize-fits-all approach. They are in fact taking every step possible to deliver a consistent message and seamless experience across all touchpoints. With an aim to help businesses develop a perfect strategy in the ever-changing world of retailing, SOCH Group, which also has the food startup brand Munchilicious, has announced the launch of This or That, which they call the ‘World’s first Omni-channel Retail Platform exclusively for start-up brands’. Rohit Mohan Pugalia, Founder Director, This or That (A SOCH Group Initiative), in an exclusive chat with Point of Purchase, highlights how the platform help brands build stronger business presence on multiple platforms, on some upcoming retail trends and more.

A SEAMLESS OMNICHANNEL PLATFORM FOR STARTUPS

4 mins

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Point of Purchase Magazine Description:

PublisherVJ Media Works Pvt Ltd

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Point-of-Purchase started as a bimonthly in Dec 2000 as POP Today and was relaunched in Aug 2005 as Point Of Purchase. From August 2008, POP turned monthly and updates the industry helping them explore brand communication options at retail. It covers the in-store activities of brands, retail promotions, review of POP products, consumer behaviour and various resources relating to vendor contact details and new products. It provides a common communication platform that encourages knowledge transactions between the various interest groups such as Brand marketers, Retailers, POP/Signage producers and design agencies in the Indian POP industry.

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