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    The right lighting does make a difference

    Getting shoppers into your store is one thing. Getting them to make a purchase is another. From the way your merchandise is showcased, to the fitting room and even the cashier counter, having the right lighting can make a difference between browsers and buyers.

    Philips AmbiScene


    Studies show that 60% of shopping decisions are made in the fitting room. The right lighting can change the intention of a shopper. With Philips AmbiScene shoppers are in control. The system allows your customers to view potential purchases in different lighting scenes such as 'office' or 'beach', and offers tunable white light.

     

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    Leave a lasting impression


    Architectural retail lighting provides a pleasing distraction, drawing attention to potential impulse purchases and helping your staff to work better.

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    Luminous Textiles

    Luminous Textiles


    Every space demands its own meaningful solution. Luminous textile helps you achieve your boldest visions and capture the essence of a space in a totally unique way.

     

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    Luceplan

    Luceplan


    Luceplan develops products that are designed by architects - making each fixture unique and strategic. These lights are a striking feature in any store.

     

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    Modular

    Modular


    Make your store a true eye-cather and install fixtures from Modular lighting. For nearly 35 years, Modular Lighting Instruments has been a true pioneer in the world of architectural lighting.


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    IltiLuce

    IltiLuce


    Ilti Luce was born at the end of Eighties and it has focused its activity on new lighting technologies in order to provide the best quality and reliability.

     

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    The new shopping journey


    In the past, shopping seemed very straightforward. We’d pull out of our garage, drive to a store and then drive home again with our purchase. Now, it’s become a much more complex process, with multiple channels and numerous touch points between the retailer and the consumer.

     

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