The pandemic has caused unimaginable disruption among many markets, with the hospitality industry among the worst impacted by the crisis. Helping those in this sector get up and running safely when permitted to do so is crucial to their long-term survival.
One of the most critical aspects of curating a positive in-store experience is choosing the right thermoplastic sign to draw customers in and, when inside, guide them with noticeable point-of-purchase and product displays.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to release its grips on the world, Yonge-Dundas Square has announced it is making preparations to get back to a new normal. To kick off the celebration, on site activations will be able to utilize the five screens for free.
Since the pandemic started, we have seen unprecedented examples of how Canadian sign industry professionals have risen in solidarity to meet the challenge by pivoting their business to lend a helping hand to the community.
The key to successfully and safely delivering integrated brand experiences in the post-pandemic world lies in the skillful and strategic use of creativity and technology to connect, captivate, and convert.
Although demand has temporarily fallen from previous highs in some areas, the manufacturing and production capabilities of the industry’s sectors remain steady despite the challenges, with planning and development activities there largely continuing in readiness for post-pandemic recovery.
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