Is Your Entryway Making a Positive First Impression?

If you work in retail, you’ve probably heard the expression that “The devil is in the details.” As cliche as it may be, the saying is only so well known because it holds true for so many different types of merchants, brands, and service providers. Especially in today’s digitally connected world, businesses are pressured to take great lengths to “wow” prospects and gain their business. In this article, we look at the commercial safety products that ultimately help businesses create a positive first impression with potential customers. Things like floor mats, uplifting decor, and legible signage may seem simple, but psychological theory holds that these elements have a cumulative effect on whether or not a potential customer will convert upon entry.


How Do Umbrella Bag Stands Work?

Perhaps you seen wet umbrella bag stands at the entryway of your favorite hotel, mall, or grocery store. But do you know how to use them? In this practical guide, we look at the different styles of umbrella bag dispensers (yes, there are more than 1!) Then, we explore the best ways to use the products effectively, without slipping and falling in the process. A quick-read, this guide is a good introduction to umbrella wrapping products for anyone who has heard of the product but might be uncertain how unique models differ in function.,1297076.html

Prevent Slips and Falls with These 5 Facility Safety Products

Fall and winter months are relatively dangerous operating times for retail outlets. Between bustling holiday crowds and unpredictable snowstorms, property owners face the important and sometimes difficult task of maintaining storefront safety on a daily basis. Fortunately, preventing slips and falls is easy with the right equipment. Commercial floor mats are essential, especially weatherproof matting made of rubber, polypropylene, or aluminum/carpet hybrid systems. Also important are crowd control systems and umbrella bag dispensers, each contributing in their own unique way to safety through the season. To learn more about the 5 best products for preventing accidents through 2014, visit this article on the Umbrella Bagger Blog.