After the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses and industries are finally recovering from the economic downfall. Lots of restaurants and stores have had to close their doors permanently due to the global lockdown. During the pandemic, signage took a major blow because nobody wanted to invest in signage while everybody was confined to their homes. Businesses took to other means for advertising like television and online ads. Studies show that the digital signage market hasn’t been hit as hard as other industries have been. Once lockdown restrictions lifted, people were anxious to leave their homes and it give the opening for signage to make its comeback. Across the globe, digital signage industries have been bouncing back thanks to new ways to incorporate signage throughout other businesses and markets.
Retailers are continuing to recover from the setbacks of the coronavirus. Retail stores, especially supermarkets, are finding new ways to use digital signage throughout their sales process. This is leading to a major growth in North American sales. The industry is growing in Europe and Asia as well. The U.K.’s outdoor signage market is expected to see 2% growth each year. China and India are expected to lead Asia in the digital signage market over the next few years due to their countries being highly populated.
Digital signage has become integrated in many aspects of retail stores and other businesses. Restaurants can use digital signage to display their menus or QR codes that lead to them. As well as having individual screens at tables for entertainment and pay their bill. Retail stores take advantage of digital signage to interact with their customers. It can portray sales and be used for self-checkout options.
Click here to read the full article, originally published May 24, 2022, by Digital Signage Today.