Displayed among many competitors on a vast gondola, a product is just another SKU. But merchandise it with its flankers and flavors in a well-designed point-of-purchase display, and you have the makings of a megabrand. Brand marketers have known for some time that quality POP displays help close the in-store communications loop. At their best, those displays inform and persuade consumers -- they don't just hold product. Encouraged by retailers' interest in providing a more efficient and ...

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