As most of you know Imogen Stone is an online business and whilst photos look amazing online, we're always blown away by the feedback and response we get from people when they view our products in person. With this in mind, we would love the opportunity to get our range of beautiful stonewares in front of more locals and so are looking for a Brisbane based retail store who would be interested in showcasing a range of our prints on stone!
If you’re a store owner, or know someone, with a similar brand ethos and aesthetic, then we would love to talk with you. We are interested in having a display of our prints on stone on your wall or on our visual merchandising stand so we can introduce our brand and product range to your lovely customers. The benefit for your store is you’ll be showcasing a range of quality, handcrafted stoneware’s that are something completely different and unique to the Brisbane market. The prints on stone are a great talking point with customers and we have received some amazing feedback about the range and quality of craftsmanship. We would also be promoting our involvement with your store via our social pages, blog and eDM database to build awareness and encourage our existing community to visit your store to view your wares and also our stone prints.
We also have an option for ‘pick up’ for the right store. This would be mean that our Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and Gold Coast customers would be given a pickup option, and have their order delivered to your store to collect. Payment would be managed via Imogen Stone and would be a wonderful opportunity to bring more foot traffic into your store and for potential add-on sales. There would be no cost to the store owner, and we would be happy to theme the imagery in line with the aesthetic of your brand and store. We would also be willing to update the prints each season, ensuring the display is kept fresh and up-to-date.
If you are interested or would like more information we would love to hear from you. Please email Tyneal at email@example.com
Image credit: The Dharma Door