With the hospitality industry facing challenges in the current economic climate, a bounce-back, once the government’s restrictions are lifted, is highly anticipated. Bars, restaurants, clubs and hotels can use this downtime to make renovations and improve their businesses so that when they are allowed to reopen, they have an attractive and inviting ambience that will help them to win new customers and generate more sales. One way in which companies can refresh their spaces is by installing new hospitality signs across their premises.
For those with a storefront on the main road, standing out from the crowd is essential, particularly in areas where there is hot competition. Hospitality signs that are bright, colourful and embody the company values are ideal for fascia designs and help companies to be seen by footfall. This signage can utilise a range of features and can be 3D printed for bolder designs or illuminated for those who trade during the evening.
Hospitality signs can be temporary installations used to detail promotions that tempt customers into the premises or to engage with the brand. Perfect for re-openings, re-furnishments or -rebranding, these signs can come in the form of banners or flags that can be positioned either on the premises or strung up on railings in areas of high footfall to garner as much attention as possible.
Many hospitality businesses that were set to open during 2020 have had their plans put on hold and have been unable to move forwards with their launch. If you are considering opening a hospitality venue now that restrictions are starting to ease and require privacy for the element of surprise, then shop hoardings are great hospitality signs that offer discretion whilst building works are carried out.
For more information about our range of hospitality signs or to discuss your requirements call our team on 01270 501 501 today.