Category Archives: New Trend

Total Retail for Total Recall

Posted by Michael

Image Source LSN Total Retail is the latest buzzword whizzing around the industry. It’s a new way to described the old ‘omni-channel’ concept and aims to show that  brands have to now project their messages and identity as much offline … (read more)

Retail Is Courting Chatbox Commerce

Posted by Alice Bodkin

According to World Retail Congress, 2017 is the year of Ultra Personalisation. Whilst personalisation is nothing new in retail, technology and social media has enabled experiences to become increasingly more tailored. With The National Retail Federation’s annual Big Show taking … (read more)

Urban Design for Mental Health: The London Dialogue

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image, Urban Design for Mental Health Sheridan&Co attended Urban Design for Mental Health: The London Dialogue on February 23rd. By 2050, two thirds of the world’s population will live in cities. With this is mind, health is becoming an increasingly important … (read more)

GET THE ETHOS RIGHT AND THE REST WILL FOLLOW

Posted by Michael

Ethos comes from the Greek word meaning character, it was used by the ancients to describe the beliefs that characterise the essential spirit of a community, a country, or indeed an ideology. So it’s fitting that two bright young entrepreneurs, … (read more)

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LCM INTERVIEW: TRISTAN THORNE, TAILOR

Posted by Alice Bodkin

With LCM and Pitti this month, we spoke to Tristan Thorne at Dege & Skinner to discuss the rise of bleisure in menswear and tailoring trends for 2016. After talking with Tristan, we summed key points to share with you. Our … (read more)

RETAIL TRENDS 2016

Posted by Charlotte Moncrieff

Sheridan & Co prides ourselves on working alongside clients to ensure the retail environments that we help create influence consumers to engage with brands. The relationship between social commerce and networking is only getting stronger. Both consumers and brands should … (read more)

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EMPATHY RETAIL

Posted by Alice Bodkin

We are no longer living in an age where consumers strive for perfection. No. With hectic lifestyles, the unrelenting work schedules after December’s festivities, coupled with the pursuit of a January detox, consumers are on an emotional and physical quest … (read more)

TRY JANUARY

Posted by Alice Bodkin

January… the time of year that every drinks brand dreads, when wallets feel light, festive jumpers are put aside to make space for that dusty gym kit and alcohol abstinence becomes almost à la mode. Hitting back at ‘dry January’ teetotalism by … (read more)

E – COMMERCE: FRIEND OR FOE?

Posted by Michael

Travelling in the USA recently, I came across a retail trade survey from the Department of Commerce which showed that in the second quarter of the year there was a 4.2% rise in e-commerce sales, and an increase in total … (read more)

Cannes – Retail Travel Guide

Posted by Rebecca

Cannes might be synonymous with A-list glamour but when delving a bit deeper one will discover a city rich in culture as well as possessing one of the loveliest marinas in France, which hosts many traditional sailing yachts as well … (read more)

Manufacture – Boundless Execution

Posted by Rebecca

We work with many of our clients from their initial concept through to the manufacture of the stand, store or concession. We pride ourselves on our ability to drive an idea through from the design stages to the delivery stages, … (read more)

Project Management – Teamwork That Drives Brands

Posted by Rebecca

Our corporate culture is based on CHARM and the tenets of Creativity, honesty, attitude, reinvention, and manners. It’s the guiding light in our recruitment and retention of the best available talent: after all, relationships are what Sheridan&Co is built on. … (read more)

Milan Expo Fair 2015

Posted by Rebecca

This year Sheridan&Co were very lucky to be at the Milan expo fair. The Milan Expo is a world fair with 145 participating countries that have designed individual pavilions based on their cultures and traditions focusing on one singular theme … (read more)

Building Robust Brands Of Our ‘Time’

Posted by Michael

One of the more fascinating brand stories of recent times is the rise and rise of Larsson and Jennings, the Anglo-Swedish watchmaker. I’ve been watching this new watchmaker, run by two young entrepreneurs, Joakim Larsson and Andrew Jennings, since they … (read more)

September Retail Travel Guide – If Elegance Were A City, It Would Be Milan.

Posted by Rebecca

Dressed in luxurious cashmere, fur and silk, with beautifully made shoes that chime a “clip clop” sound on the streets. This is the sight and sound of a beautifully dressed woman strolling the streets of Milan. This description sums Milan … (read more)

Customers Crave Unusual Retail Experiences

Posted by Rebecca

Our competitive retail landscape means customers want more, they are now looking for something really unusual to catch their attention and more importantly keep it. Certain brands and small businesses have cleverly cottoned on to this and have successfully used … (read more)

STEPPING OUTSIDE THE BOX

Posted by John Dupuis

Lately, as I move to and from our Soho office, I’ve noticed enough people sporting two different color sneakers to make me wonder if there is significance behind this seemingly playful means of self-expression. I brought it up in our … (read more)

2015s’ Most Fabulous Luxury Pop Ups ….

Posted by Rebecca

Pop-ups are a profitable way of bringing innovative retail to life, adding £2.5 billion to the economy. The concept itself may not be new, but an increasing number of online-only retailers are dipping into the bricks and mortar world by … (read more)

Bloggers Take Centre Stage In The Retail Show

Posted by Rebecca

Retail proves to be highly multi dimensional in today’s world, now mobile commerce, peer-to-peer referrals, group buying and many other terms such as blogging, have disrupted the way customers buy a product from a seller. Retailers can easily get lost … (read more)