JBL requested an interactive counter-top display for the product launch of 3 of their portable Bluetooth speakers.The display would showcase the new FLIP, MICRO and CHARGE speakers and encourage interest, trial, and purchase of the products. The product needed to be demonstrated and the speakers needed to be heard. Customers would listen to each of the products by pushing the appropriate push button and volume would be controlled by the display as well. Most of the displays required UL Certification and all incorporated easily updatable graphics as well as patent pending “Flex-Mount”; a proprietary security bracket system developed by In-Store Experience which allows for easy SKU swap-outs in the field. A custom built soundboard was developed to handle communication links between the three products. The JBL Portable Bluetooth Speaker display was created by In-Store Experience, 49 Richmondville Ave., Westport, CT 06880; (Web Site)


Marketing Impact Ltd. in collaboration with Nikon has developed a new twist on the standard camera stand. Typically, camera stands are simple stands made from one piece of formed metal or plastic. MIL has taken the idea and provided a merchandising tool that not only showcases the camera’s features but visually illustrates its ability to be used underwater through formed plastic with print. The stand also incorporates an interchangeable header card which enables the unit to be updated by the retailer. For more information, contact Marketing Impact Ltd, 50 Planchet Rd., Concord, Ontario, Canada L4K 2C7; (Web Site)


This Samsung 12 Camera Display was designed to be versatile enough to accommodate several different camera systems with no visible wiring. The main tactic of the unit was to design an eye level display, inline, and capture real life video to draw consumers into the display. The unit was vacuum formed in the shape of a house and contained 12 live feed video cameras and monitor. It was bright white with blue customer branding and cleanly displayed the products features and benefits in graphical form. The Samsung 12 Camera display was produced for placement in Sam’s Club and Costco stores by OSI, 185 Technology Dr, Irvine, CA 92618; (Web Site)


Proprint Services Inc., printed in-store signage to help authorized retailers promote sales of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus. For the iPhone 6 release 22 x 28 t-stand posters were printed along with sell sheets, backlits, and various other sized posters, ensuring message continuity across the retail level. The nice profiles of the iPhone 6 with the larger 4.7 inch screen and the iPhone 6 plus with the even larger 5.5 inch screen are highlighted in the graphic images of all POS elements. The iPhone 6 retail signage was created by Proprint Services, 5621 Finch Ave. East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M1B 2T9; (Web Site)


Raymarine was looking for a contemporary and informative display that would give consumers a feel for its top-of-the-line navigation systems. Inspired by the luxurious look of high-end boats, this display is a showpiece featuring the electronics as if they were already installed. Developed to let consumers interact with the electronics, the showpiece highlights the systems’ crisp, clear screens and smart functionality. Graphic elements and other components were designed to be easy to update with new products and information, giving life to the display long into the future. This display was created by Harbor Industries, 14130 172nd Ave., Grand Haven, MI 49417; (Web Site)


Duracell is using this display which can be shopped from all sides, to merchandise batteries in Sam’s Club stores. The display header describes Duracell’s Duralock Power Preserve™ Technology which guarantees that Duracell batteries stay powered for 10 years in storage. This display was created by New Dimensions Research Corp., 260 Spagnoli Road, Melville, NY 11747; (Web Site)


Se-Kure Controls Inc. offers the Vantage II watch security stand, which allows for easy inspection of the merchandise while protecting the watch from theft. It is also available with a recoiler so there is no exposed cable. For more information, contact Se-Kure Controls®, Inc., 3714 Runge St., Franklin Park, IL 60131; (Web Site)


Walls + Forms offers a modular wall system designed for consumer electronics merchandising. The design is based around simple to install modular frames that can be mounted to walls. Once the frames are in place, panels of various sizes, colors, shapes, and types can be dropped into place using built in keyhole slots. Panel components are completely interchangeable. Panel locations automatically provide opening slots for hardware. Wire management is provided by the frame design itself, resulting in no visible wires, easy access, and quick interchangeability. Walls + Forms Wall Skinning System, makes it easy to convert a standard gondola into a branded fixture, with custom graphics, display header, lightbox and pedestal base options. For more information, contact Walls + Forms, 204 Airline Dr., Coppell, Tx 75019; (Web Site)