STORE DESIGN ON A SHOESTRING: Design or Renovate - great store design tips from start to finish

Linda Cahan
1. WHEN, WHY, HOW: Discover the clear signs that renovation or new design is necessary

2. WHAT'S YOUR IMAGE? Easy ways to create a fresh and individualized store image

3. TRENDS IN NEW STORE DESIGN: Pick and choose what ideas will work for your new store image

4. WHAT'S THE BUDGET? Set your budget to get the job done right

5. CREATE A FLOOR PLAN THAT FLOWS: Some simple floor plan ideas that make sense

6. TO DO: Obtain a chronological "to do" list designed for both the new store or one in desperate need of renovation

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Linda Cahan, Cahan & Company has been in Visual Merchandising, Store Design and Display for her entire career. Her experience includes visual merchandising and design for traditional department stores, specialty stores of all sizes and types, and large corporations. She has worked with all types of merchandise and welcomes the challenge of adding new categories to her expertise. Linda’s strengths include all aspects of visual merchandising and display as well as training staff in each discipline through seminars, workshops, walk throughs, hands-on sessions and manuals. She conducts visual audits/evaluations of all types of stores and malls to help retailers or mall managers improve their image and sales. Linda has written custom visual standards manuals for many companies including Saks Fifth Avenue, Lancôme Cosmetics, American Express, Singer, United Rentals, The Bowling Proprietors Association of America, Taubman, Alamar Unifroms and three large retail companies in South America – Totto and Armi Studio in Colombia and RORI in Venezuela. Linda taught at Parsons School of Design in NYC for 12 years and at The Art Institute of Portland for 6 years. She has authored three books on visual merchandising and has written over 500 columns for B-to-B retail magazines. Linda, originally from NYC & CT lives very near Portland, OR.

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