Nexgen Marketing posted on 02/28/2024 12:00 AM

A B2B planogram, short for Business-to-Business planogram, is a visual representation of the arrangement of products on shelves or displays within retail spaces. It is a strategic shelf layout designed to maximize visibility, accessibility, and sales of products.

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Nexgen Marketing posted on 02/21/2024 12:00 AM

Planogramming, the art and science of arranging products on retail shelves to optimize sales and customer experience, has undergone a remarkable transformation over the years. What once began as ordinary sketches and manual adjustments has now evolved into sophisticated software solutions powered by advanced algorithms and data analytics.

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Nexgen Marketing posted on 02/14/2024 12:00 AM

In retail, the art and science of visual merchandising have long been key drivers of customer engagement and sales. How products are displayed and organized within a store can influence consumer behavior and perceptions.

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Nexgen Marketing posted on 02/07/2024 12:00 AM

In retail merchandising, planograms serve as the blueprint for organizing products within stores, aiming to enhance the customer experience and boost sales. A critical aspect of creating effective planograms lies in striking the right balance between assortment depth and breadth.

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