Visual Merchandising

We organize to sell with the belief that if it doesn’t enhance the sale it is not a Visual Merchandising.

Visual Merchandising is an important retail term, but people are not sure exactly what it is or how to do it well. It is an uncertainty about where to start. This is where we become a serious and creative helping hand. We challenge the situations artistically and financially, creating visual displays even in adverse conditions. Our research process is extensively intensive and we work with a belief that that keeps in it the five most important elements of Visual Merchandising.

  • We value color and believe in the fact that color is king.
  • Create a focal point
  • Tell a story
  • Expose customers to the maximum amount of merchandise
  • Use empty space wisely

Props Development

The props are all the non-permanent items and prop management is the management in which the person collects, purchases, or creates the props for a production..

Since the props add to the set decor, prop management always has a strong impact on the look of the show or the event or a function. We, the team Countryouths are the managers who have excellent organization skills.

We also look after the following parameters:

  • Giving the best design
  • Providing the best quality
  • Managing the props budget
  • Making a list of the props needed for an upcoming show
  • Ordering, or going out to source, new props
  • Giving the quality which is not hazardous to health

Vendor Management

Executives and outsourcing vendors alike are constantly evaluating what vendor management is. Vendor management is the discipline of establishing service, quality, cost, and satisfaction goals and selecting and managing third party companies to consistently meet these goals.

 Countryouths offer the industry’s most flexible, robust capabilities and business intelligence tools.
  • Negotiate to Always Win the Agreement- Good vendor management dictates that negotiations are completed in good faith. We always follow the negotiation points that help both sides to accomplish their goals.
  • Balance Commitment – One of the goals in vendor management is to gain the commitment of the vendors to assist and support the operations of the business. On-the-other-hand, the vendor is expecting a certain level of commitment from you. Therefore, we always make sure to keep the balance between both the vendors and the business organizations.
  • Build Long Term Relationship with the Vendors- Vendor management always seeks long term relationships over short term gains and marginal cost savings. Constantly changing vendors in order to save a penny here or there will cost more money in the long run and will impact quality. Other benefits of a long term relationship includes trust, preferential treatment and access to insider or expert knowledge and therefore we always prefer for building a long term relationship with the vendors.
  • Providing The Service on Value- Vendor management is more than getting the lowest price. Most often the lowest price also brings the lowest quality. We always focus on the quality for the money that is paid.