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Contents February 2012


12 Retail Lighting Lighting in retail is an important part of creating the right


ambience. So we’ve rounded up some information on the latest brands saying ‘let there be light!’


18 The ARC Show We take a look at some of the most exciting stands from


exhibitors at The ARC Show 2012


22 Making an Impression Getting customers to make their way into store requires some


eye-catching stuff. From Virtual Assistants to exciting POP, we’ve covered all bases!


28 Day in the life of ..... We get a sneaky peak into how Alisdair Lennox, Creative


Director at FITCH, spends a typical working day - or two!


32 In-store Entertainment There are a number of ways for retailers to encourage sales,


and for some this means providing an entertaining environment to keep customers in store.


36 Making Shops Secure Kieran Kennedy, Technical Manager at Ingersoll Rand


Security Technologies, examines the best ways of marrying aesthetics and function with high performance security.


40 Cloud Retail ‘The Cloud’ is talk of the town these days, sending all your


data to be held conveniently by the system makes life easier for retailers, and also has some other positive perks.


44 Projects


As always, we’ve put together some of the most exciting new installations that have caught our attention this month.


66 Opinion Chris Langford, Managing Director of CJ Services takes us


through how the company have altered over the years, and what the future holds for POP.


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