By Tim Maytom
Marking the designer’s expansion of the line to include Polo for women, the display calls upon Harrods’ previous experience with digital marketing, aiming to connect with shoppers via their smartphones by offering exclusive interactive content in addition to an out-of-hours’ opportunity to engage with the retailer.
The displays combine NFC technology and QR codes deployed using large vinyl lenticulars and stickers that initiate a landing page on smartphones, offering customers an interactive map that guides them to the newly-launched Fashion Lab within Harrods. The displays were developed by Proxama, who previously worked with Harrods on its Handbag Narrative campaign.
“Customers are using mobile and digital technology more and more, so we are keen to explore new ways for brands to interact with our customers whilst they visit the store,” said Guy Cheston, media sales director for Harrods. “It’s great to be able to reach out to passers-by, even when the store is closed and build brand loyalty and excite customers into the store, or for a return visit.”
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Source:: Mobile App News