What defines a successful retail environment? It is simply a good shopping experience.
There are so many factors that influence a “good” shopping experience from a “bad” shopping experience. How do you get that balance right? Visual merchandising plays a role in driving visual merchandising solutions for brand retailers to achieve a successful retail environment.
List of services
- VM Consulting and Trend Analysis
- VM Audits and Reviews
- VM Policy Development
- VM Manuals
- VM 3D Visualisations (renders) and Store Design
- VM 3D Window Design & Displays
- VM In-Store Promotions
- VM Training
Retailer brands/agencies that we’ve worked with / are working with
“Cat is very passionate about Visual merchandising as well as running her own company.
She is responsible and diligent and completely focused.
She is keen to investigate new methodologies and techniques in all areas of VM and is a great resource to have when investigating new projects.
I can truly highly recommend Cat & her company for all your VM requirements and believe that you will find her a pleasant and reliable person to work with.” March 17, 2010
Karen Sheppard, Visual Merchandising Manager, Ackermans Group worked directly with Cat at Fundamental Displays
“Has a clear understanding of my business and delivers to brief, first time. Catherine is always professional and also adds value by constantly being abreast of new developments within the industry.” February 14, 2010
Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity
Kaye Munnik, hired Cat as a Creative, design, brand consultant in 2007, and hired Cat more than once
“Cat is a talented VM professional. Her eye for detail, her ability to conceptualise 3-D spaces, and her asthetic literacy made her an asset to a VM team that handled 600 stores nationally accross 6 different brands. Her responsibilities included seasonal look manuals, flight plans, weekly store communications, as well as new store format development.” March 4, 2010
Martin Neethling, Marketing Director – Ackermans Group, Pepkor managed Cat indirectly at Ackermans