Shopping Centre Kiosks    


A shopping centre kiosk can be a good way to size up the potential of your retail business idea at a relatively low risk. Operating a kiosk positions retailers in the middle of walking shoppers. However, the difference between success and failure for a retailer is a combination of the economy strength, season, location, hours of operation and sales experience.       



Beginning your retail dream with a shopping centre kiosk is a good way to predict future profitability in a product since using a shopping centre display can place your business in front of thousands of consumers. If a product succeeds in the kiosk venture, retailers might decide to open a permanent store. Many successful retail business owners use a shopping centre kiosk to do the marketing for their company.



Your shopping centre kiosk should have a clear identity. This component is crucial to making a sale in the mall or any other public place. Focus on one concept. Be clear about what it is you are selling. It’s not a good idea to divide a cart into two different selling items. If the customer is confused about what you are selling, then he will pass up your cart.

Expert Insight

If you can afford the investment, custom designing your shopping centre kiosk may be the best option. Going mobile with the kiosk may be the wave of the future for kiosk retailers. The benefit of being mobile is not having to rent the space to place goods for sale in front of the customer. Bringing kiosks to the next level of mobility will enable kiosk retailers to go where traditional kiosks cannot. Running a mobile kiosk business enables retailers to be at the beach, golf course, city parks, libraries and any public place where retailers are permitted to sell.


Spyder Displays specialise in Casual Lease sites for Shopping Centres (Westfield) and Airport sites. Whether you need a portable setup for a week, or a long term 12 month contract, Spyder has a solution to meet your needs. LCD/Plasma screens and multimedia can all be incorporated. Click here to find out more.