Brick and Mortar Supplement Stores…It’s Adapt or Die Time!

  • Four boring walls of unimaginative space
  • Inventory tossed on some cheap bland shelves
  • Staff that sits back and waits for customers to come in and once they are in the store, they are too “busy” on their smartphones to help
  1. Inspiration
  2. Convenience
  3. Immediate Gratification
  4. Sensory (the idea of touching, feeling, and trying products)
  5. Experience (social enjoyment of being somewhere)

Inspiration

Convenience

Immediate Gratification

Sensory

Experience

Final Thoughts

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Joshua Schall, MBA

Joshua Schall, MBA

Functional CPG Business Strategist | Entrepreneurial Ideation to Commercialization Expert | Early-Stage Investor | Futurist | Sports Stat Nerd |