Come and discover or rediscover the know-how and the innovative solutions of HMY France at the MPV Fair !
From 5th to 7th April the MPV fair will take place at Paris, Porte de Versailles. It will be an opportunity for HMY France to show some of its latest creations and know-how in shopfitting and POP.
Well-known and recognized in shopfitting and POP, HMY France will exhibit all kinds of furniture in its E 65 booth. Whether uni-material or multi-material, narrow or complex, with or without technologies integrated, for all brands or retailers, our know-how applies to all areas of retail; with over 50 years of experience with our customers in both France and abroad and with our ability to adapt to all types of projects.
Our knowledge of consumers and retail, our capacity for creativity-design and manufacture, as well as our local presence contribute to the success of its deployment for brands and retailers.
In addition to displays for food and non-food brands, We will also exhibit some furniture created for different retailers, across all sectors. Visitors will also be able to discover the integration of technologies with holographic displays; this innovative display system which combines a physical product and holographic 3D animation. Thus, information is disclosed in a dynamic way and the product is enhanced. Entirely customizable, it offers infinite possibilities for adaption. This technology will capture the attention of the customers in order to entice them to enter into the store or to catch their attention regarding a particular product.
Professionals of Marketing at Point of Sales will have the opportunity to meet us through a coaching session on 5th April. Ralph Mayer, with his numerous years of experience in retail and POP will lead this session on the key factors regarding retail concepts.
Finally, visitors will be able to see and appreciate our know-how through two projects in competition at the Popai Awards. All the more reason to come and visit us!
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