Tag Archives: New York

Summer & Sport in Retail

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Pinterest As we welcome July, we are greeted by the promise of a month full of fitness with Wimbledon, The British Open and Tour De France. As exciting as that sounds, this month we are also celebrating nutrition … (read more)

Designing for Quiet

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Silence has become highly sought after as a luxurious commodity. W Magazine reports ‘between “fake news” blaring through the television, Twitter notifications constantly interrupting us, and the combined noise of everyday life, it’s become a privilege to shut the f— … (read more)

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)

An Adult’s Guide to Design

Posted by Freddie Sheridan

In order to establish a great idea, you must put the rules aside and start with a dream. As we grow from children to adults, we learn rules. The reason for this is that when we find ourselves in similar … (read more)

Spring Has Sprung In London With The Affordable Art Fair

Posted by admin

Image Source Affordable Art Fair  Along with the dramatic improvement in weather, the Affordable Art Fair has hit London today and will be running until 12 March 2017.Head to Battersea Park and take advantage of the abundance of artworks by … (read more)

Department Stores Must Go Back To Find The Future

Posted by Michael

Image Source The Met Sometimes we need to look back to inform how we move forward. Taking a step back is exactly what our department stores need to do if they are to survive in the bitter battle for sales … (read more)

Nostalgia Is Having A Big Moment

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Google We have explored how VR and AI will be transforming the retail landscape throughout 2017. Whilst conversations surrounding retail tech has be entertaining our team for quite some time, there are always antithesis perspectives to be enjoyed. … (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)

New York Restaurant Week

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With winter in full swing, the best place to turn to is food. NYC knows this and has lots of delicious events on offer for the coming months. NYC Restaurant week will run from Monday, January 23, 2017, through Friday, … (read more)

Is social media the new retail?

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source LSN Global The term omnichannel is by no means new. However, for a long time the worlds of social media and retail have been viewed almost as two separate entities. Whilst we are experts of retail, our contemplation … (read more)

New York Christmas Window Display’s

Posted by Nick

When it comes to holiday visual merchandise display it doesnt get anymore top notch than the infamous 5th Avenue in New York City. With only a slight interruption trying to bypass security around Trump Tower – Sheridan&Co’s New York based … (read more)

Seasonal Storytelling in New York

Posted by Alice Bodkin

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was a stirring, not even a mouse’. Given the fact that New York does not sleep, and the city is never quiet nor is it still, we … (read more)

Contemplating the Consumer Journey

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source LSN Global Working in retail design and delivering new store spaces for clients, our strategy team spends a significant amount of time understanding consumer behaviour and how this corresponds within a purchasing journey. However as we develop our … (read more)

January isn’t just for markdowns: Rachel Shectman reinvents retail with Story

Posted by Kevin

January isn’t just for markdowns: Rachel Shectman reinvents retail with Story    Several years ago, Rachel Shectman revolutionized retail with a new store concept called Story. Much like a magazine, Story changes its merchandising theme, and therefore its products, every two months. … (read more)

Cocktails & Crackling Conversation with Bart Kaczanowicz (Part 1)

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Here at Sheridan&Co New York we have organised a series of events appropriately titled ‘Cocktails & Crackling Conversation’. These evenings present a unique opportunity for us to pick the brains of industry professionals and creative thinkers as well as delve … (read more)

NYC Art – Autumn Favourites

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Whilst we embrace the changing seasons and breathe in the crisp autumn air, it is an ideal time to grab a sweater, put coffee in hand and head down to NYC’s trendy Chelsea neighborhood to indulge in some bold and … (read more)

Freddie’s NYC Insta Diary

Posted by Freddie Sheridan

At the end of September, we travelled from London to visit our New York office for a week and build upon our international business relations. One purpose of the trip was to develop how we can improve our international retail … (read more)

An Urban Park as a Model for Store Design

Posted by Kevin

One of my favorite spaces in New York City is Paley Park, a small urban park tucked away in midtown Manhattan. Carved out amongst the skyscrapers on East 53rd Street, this park, known as a “pocket park,” is 4,200 sq/ft (390q/m). … (read more)

Sheridan&Co Snippet – EXHIBITS IN NEW YORK

Posted by Alice Bodkin

September – when children go back to school and we wave goodbye to summer. We welcome autumn, pumpkin spiced lattes and reddy-brown leaves that narrate our morning walks to the office. As we enjoy the seasonal transition, we seek new … (read more)

How to apply creativity to the physical space

Posted by Alice Bodkin

Image Source Maxus Agency What is creativity today? How do we apply that to the physical space? These questions prompted a talk Michael Sheridan gave a couple of weeks ago for the Maxus Agency. So what does it mean to … (read more)

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