GRID2 Exhibits Retail Store and Branding Designs at NRF Show, January 11-14 In NYC
Furniture World Magazine
Award-winning design firm GRID2 exhibits its retail store and branding design work in space #32 at the 98th annual National Retail Federation (NRF) conference and expo in New York. The prestigious “Big Show 2009” is held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from January 11th – 14th to provide store owners and operators across multiple consumer segments with education and inspiration for better retailing.
GRID2, which has offices in New York and Shanghai, will display recent work for its clients from the home furnishings, fashion and mass merchandise arenas, including Fairmont Designs, SAKS off 5th, Estee Lauder and China-based jeweler Express.
“GRID2’s exhibit demonstrates the breadth of depth of the services we can offer clients,” says Martin Roberts, president and co-founder. “We feature a cross-section of our past year’s projects which focus on our capabilities in the brand identification, store design and retail display areas.” Large format monitors feature 3D imaging technology and special presentation by Roberts on the topic of in-store merchandising.
GRID2’s booth is located in the NRF DESiGN STUDiO, a one-of-a-kind environment that brings together top creative design firms and store designers with c-level retail company executives from around the world. It is a truly unique environment where retail executives can meet and converse with outstanding store designers, network with others in the industry, and preview some of the highly acclaimed retail stores and retail-related projects in the world.
ABOUT GRID2 INTERNATIONAL
New York City-based GRID2 is an award-winning team of brand marketers, retail consultants, architects, and interior and graphic designers. Projects are wide in scope – from brand identity development to retail store design – and span multiple consumer segments in locations around the world. For more information about GRID2 and to review the client list, please visit www.GRID2.com