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A few of the team were lucky enough to attend this year’s Retail Design Expo. After last year’s success we couldn’t wait to go back and get inspired. We've found it to be a great way to refresh our creative minds and take a moment to think about the bigger picture again.

We sat in many of the talks that were taking place in Theatres 1 and 2, and while they were all great we thought we would pick out two of the talks that really stood out for us.

We recently celebrated two big birthdays here at the Integrity office. Tim, our boss, turned 50, and Stella, the backbone of Integrity, turned 60. We splashed out with balloons, wild decorations, cakes and Prosecco and a good time was had by all. Congratulations to both of you, and here are a few photos we took of the occasions.

First came the out of town superstores and hypermarkets of the 1960’s, a stylised, Americanised shopping experience. Customers revelled in the modernity of buying everything you needed under one roof. Next followed the retail parks of the 1980’s, a new form of shopping, driven by suburbanisation and the availability of affordable land on town fringes. Families all over the UK ventured out in their cars, seeking shopping and entertainment on a Saturday afternoon.

We're very proud of our work with Volkswagen and the Inchcape Group on their flagship new showroom in West London, alongside the busy A4. We worked at every stage of this project, as part of the design and delivery teams, to ensure that the customer's journey through the site was inspiring and memorable. See a selection of photographs of the site below.

Over recent months we’ve been giving some thought to the big trends affecting customer and employee experience for the future. One topic on our radar that looks like being ‘hot’ for 2017 is well-being.

This isn’t a new trend, but it continues to take interesting twists and turns. In 2016 we saw well-being manifest itself through diets and wellness studios, mindfulness in the workplace, FitBit’s new product innovations and the moment that athleisure became a thing. In 2017 well-being is set to further open its boundaries and become a solidified part of brand experience for the most innovative and self-aware companies and organisations.


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