In today's job market, attracting and retaining employees is key to keeping your business running at its full potential. Since people spend the majority of their waking hours in the office, corporations are making it a priority to make their office spaces as welcoming and pleasant as possible for their staff and visiting guests. As you look to improve your office space, here are eight design trends to take advantage of:
When people enter the front door of your business, what impression do they get about your brand? Based on your lobby appearance you could seem "boring and bland" or "polished and professional." Your lobby should set the tone for your overall brand customer experience. It can also help with employee recruitment and morale. Here are four ways you can improve your lobby's aesthetic appeal with indoor business signage and custom graphics:
It's back-to-school time, which means it's also back-to-sports time! The fall sport seasons are ramping up, so here are some ideas to celebrate your local team using custom printed graphic solutions.
Often the hardest part about running a local business is getting customers through the door. But once that hurdle has been passed, you can optimize your marketing to take every advantage to upsell a customer for an increased transaction total.
Trade shows and conferences are a still a key strategy in most business-to-business marketing plans, and they take up a large portion of the marketing budget because they have the highest cost per lead of any marketing activity.
The competition in retail is always brutal and stores are focused on getting people through the doors and making their monthly sales goals. Here are four new ideas for refreshing your retail showroom and signage for an improved customer experience and to make the lives of your store employees easier as well:
When designing graphics for outdoor use you have to take certain things into consideration that you don't need to worry about with indoor signage. Here are some of the top mistakes to avoid when creating your next outdoor banner or sign:
Employee recognition programs aim to increase employee engagement, improve job satisfaction and reduce turnover. If they are done right as part of an overall company culture they can even show an impact on the bottom line. Here are some unique ideas for your company, based on the ways we recognize employees at Suttle-Straus:
The average person spends more than 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime. The reality is we spend more waking hours at work during the week than we do anywhere else. Companies have started to realize the benefits of having a visually attractive and inspiring workplace. If your office is still grey walls and cubicles, here are six reasons you should consider adding some environmental graphics to your company’s workspaces: