The Brightest Lights Shine In The Most Competitive Business Settings
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But, many of us forget the simplest way to light up our businesses. Believe it or not, few of us turn our attention to the lighting we use. Before you roll your eyes and assume there’s no big secret about lighting, think again. How many of us avoid that one shop because it’s ‘too dark’? The lighting you choose to use will, in fact, have a major impact on every aspect of your business. Here’s how.
A shining shop space
First, consider the lighting in your shop space. As mentioned above, nobody likes a dark shop space. As well as making it difficult to see your products, this will put people off entering your shop at all. No one likes to feel claustrophobic and fumble around in the dark. By comparison, a store which is too bright will give customers a headache. The stark look is rarely a good one.
Instead, you want to find a happy medium. You need lighting which makes your shop stand out like a beacon, without melting people’s eyeballs. Play around with a few different lighting methods and test the results of each. Overhead lighting is usually best for creating space and brightness. Think, too, about the bulbs you use. Warm light bulbs are your best bet, as they’ll create a comforting atmosphere and won’t be too stark.
The star of the show
Lighting also plays a huge role when you’re attending trade shows. And, as this is all about making a large impact in a short time, the usual rules don’t apply. Forget about toning things down; you want to make your stand the star of this show. It’s worth going a little over the top to ensure you catch the eye. Of course, your colleagues will have to sit there all day, so make sure the light isn’t headache inducing. Otherwise, all lights are fair game. To keep costs down, it’s worth looking into bespoke exhibition stand from companies like Alpine Display who deal with your interior, as well as providing your stand. Otherwise, you’re sure to pay about the odds on those lighting costs. Not to mention that dealing with electrics on your own isn’t the best idea!
Let there be light in the office
It’s not only your customers that deserve your light related attention. Working in a dark office is terrible for employee happiness. So, install lights here, too. It may be best to provide individual lamps so that everyone can control their levels of brightness. Think, also, about making the most of natural light. When you want to boost morale, no light works as well as the sun.