FastSigns helps businesses adapt
As more of the UK’s businesses open up, FastSigns is demonstrating how its custom signs can help to keep them Covid-safe.
Signs and graphics to encourage social distancing and direct customers through one-way systems are now a must-have for businesses everywhere. To showcase how these solutions can be effective and consistent with each company’s branding, FastSigns has been highlighting its range of custom signage and graphics solutions.
One area the sign franchise advises using custom graphics is directional signs, particularly in high-traffic areas like the entrance to your business and communal corridors. FastSigns explains:
“As visitors, patients or customers arrive at your business, are they easily guided to where they need to be? Maximise this first impression by instilling confidence with well-marked signs that don’t blend into the background. Designate contactless pickup areas and direct traffic with signage specifically designed to mirror your branding. Feather flags, A-frames and site identification signs can be moved as needed to adapt to traffic flow.”
The franchise also says that its custom solutions can brighten up dull fixtures like acrylic screens on reception or till areas. Its vinyl signage easily adheres to plastic screens and can be regularly changed, meaning companies can display everything from on-brand design to important information in places where they’re going to be seen. FastSigns can even produce frosted vinyl, which is ideal for privacy and creating a better ambience in places such as restaurants and bars.
Even the ground can now promote a brand’s values or image, thanks to high-quality, customised social distancing stickers. Companies will be keeping their customers and staff safe and, if they choose the right design, can engage their audience in yet another innovative way.
The sign franchise can offer custom solutions for every kind of business, whether you’re a shop, restaurant or medical clinic. Who says staying safe during the pandemic has to be unsightly?
Sophie Cole, Point Franchise ©
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