Next stop: redefining the future of retail

Tim Köhler

That's Retail!

What are you offering and who is it for? We are a market entry tool and sales partner for new brands, products, e-commerce platforms and retailers. We provide plug & play for stores and shops with our retail as a service solutions. Fast growing, good to test markets and at first no need to establish it's own branch-structure.
Where do you stand right now and what is your number one priority? We are launched and in a growth phase. next stop: redefining the future of retail
What makes you and your team the best fit for building your product? We are enthusiasts and have a good network and know-how in retail. That there will be a change in the retail trade cannot be ignored. Now is the time for new concepts.
What makes this time perfect for your product to hit market? We are in covid 19 times. It could be more perfect ... ;) But also this special time will change the retail faster. Every change is a good opportunity to establish new ways
Tell us about your go to market strategy. Our team has been working with the business model since 2014. Initially with investors and now on a smaller scale with a good network. We see a good development, but prefer to grow slowly, because you have to go with the change and cannot overtake it. We are first-mover... We have ideas and visions and our customers have more and more needs for visions.

Our humble opinion..

We are independently giving feedbacks without hearing each other first, that gives you real different perspectives and is fun for us to read each other's view too!

Don't mind typos since we want this to be our unfiltered first impressions without overthinking

  1. It took me a few seconds to understand what you actually do. There is a rule in marketing: if you don’t understand the product in 3 seconds, the train has left the station. Besides design aspects (navigation, headers etc) I would try to formulate clearly what you do. After I have understood your product a bit better, I see the need for it. If the individual customers would bring more into the foreground and write individual contributions to it, what was the challenge with the “Höhle der Löwen”. What the difficulties, can you use this to build up an interesting PR campaign? These would be the first things I would try to optimize.

    PS: Love your mindset; Every change is a good opportunity to establish new ways

  2. oops i couldnt look at your website the chat is in the way. bit too quick i wasnt able to look around yet. the video starts with sorry we’re closed which made me think oh you’re in covid break and i can close the window. most people dont wait more than 3 seconds to see what else is going on.
    even if its a solid business and some people tend to think it can work without emotion i still think any business needs excitement. let me see what i can think of in your case. the pop up concept is super cool and its charme is its very suprising. Popping up. so why not use that and pop up with something suprising on the website (no not a newsletter or chat window. something cool) something that surprises, excites, triggers my shopping cravings…
    so then i scroll down and read “lets get down…” havent read the rest. marketing comms should always and always be UP and positive. so even if you dont mean it negative my association is instantly negative. Sehe gerade es switched between english and german. probably still work in progress. How we can help i think could come further up on the site because it is a rather informational side so why not spill the core info earlier. But again! it doesnt necessarily only have to be informational. i guess pop up shops also have way more possibilities than standard shops. they could be loaded with crazy interieur or crazy local or guerilla marketing campaigns. so give people bit more fantasy