BOSTON, Nov. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Consumers at select Calvin Klein stores will get to enjoy a complimentary phone charge during their shopping experience with Veloxity charging kiosks. Calvin Klein is expanding their in-store experience by deploying charging kiosks to over 9 different retail locations
Calvin Klein’s Director of Marketing, Roland Figueredo who was in charge of the project says; “In the fast paced retail environment, we are trying to meet all of our customers’ needs. From the product we sell, to the shopping experience, we want the customer to feel special.”
He goes on to add: “We are also trying to bring a bit of modern technology and convenience into our stores and these charging kiosks gives us that opportunity. We are able to give the customer a place to charge their phones, see some branded content and continue to shop…a win/win for the stores and the customer. Working with Veloxity has been a pleasure from day one. They were able to turn this around in a very short time frame and have provided excellent customer service throughout this project. I look forward to working with them in 2017 to expand these into more of our stores in North America.”
Calvin Klein Rolls Out Charging Kiosks to Keep Shoppers Happy was last modified: November 23rd, 2016 by Kiosk Industry
The phone charging market has experienced a double digit growth in the last 2 years and is growing even faster.
DENVER, CO – 02 Aug, 2016 – Whether it is in a retail store such as Neiman Marcus, the airports, bars or the streets of New York the emerging phone charging kiosk market has been on a tear and shows signs of increasing even more. While providing a sought after commodity for consumers the systems are collecting customer data while lengthening customer dwell time in the retail location.
For an overview and writeup on the market (1000 words) complete with a large gallery of photos displaying some of the many makers and models, visit kioskindustry.org and read our exclusive story on the market. We highlight “Low battery anxiety” that many consumers experience and how these new systems provide a positive conclusion. Getting A Charge Out of Kiosks is our industry piece for August.
Another high revenue market which is growing is the marijuana market and we have a nice wrap on a couple of major players moving into that space. Here is link for marijuana kiosk feature. Olea Kiosks in California is one of the major players and the west coast is the biggest market.
Our third feature is a nice opinion piece by Laura Miller of KioWare on the industry shift that we have seen and which is occurring right now in the self-service space. Laura did the piece for our European media partner Kiosk Solutions magazine and we are able to reprint it. Note tradeshow Kiosk Summit North in UK in Oct 2016,
SlabbKiosks is our New Advisory Board Member for July. Slabbkiosk builds standard and custom kiosk designs (no design fee) with software for any type of application – from medical to micro market self-checkout solutions. Welcome to Kisha, Pete, Mike and new vp there Rick Kobal.
About the Kiosk Industry Group
The Kiosk Industry Group based in Denver Colorado is the kiosk trade association and qualified marketing network for the kiosk and self-service industry.
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Advisory board members include Olea Kiosks, KioWare, Kiosk Information Systems, SlabbKiosks, OptConnect, PROVISIO, Crane CPI, ARCA, Turnkey Kiosks and SlabbKiosk. Additional members include Peter B. Snyder and CTS (Connected Technology Solutions). Together they provide the strategic guidance and support for the Association in direction and focus concerning all types of transactional and informational self service solutions such as bill pay automation, lockers, loyalty, employee systems and customer retention, flow & services. Device integrations include biometrics, foot traffic sensors, scanners, printers, demographic indentification and discovery, EMV and all types of cash and currency.
KI is the kiosk industry association and our focus is fairly simple, “kiosks in self-service”. Aka keep it simple.
SAN DIEGO, CA–(Marketwired – Jun 1, 2016) – Tricopian, LLC, a San Diego, California-based developer of the innovative FuelRod mobile charging service for smartphones and tablets, announces that its FuelRod® “SwapBox™” kiosks are now deployed at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). As one of the fastest-growing airports in th
The charging stations feature a built-in card scanner that enables complimentary phone charging as an exclusive benefit for loyalty card members. The technology also enables clients to collect and append opt-in data – like email addresses and phone numbers – from loyalty members.
Retailers and mall operators aren’t the only ones able to benefit from this next generation of charging kiosk. Casinos, stadiums, and any brand with a loyalty or membership program are prime targets for this new technology. The kiosks can also help drive new loyalty sign-ups. If a customer is not an existing loyalty member, the touchscreen will direct them to the nearest on-site location where they can sign up to become a member, and then get a free phone charge.
ChargeItSpot Adds Loyalty Program Integration to Phone Charging Stations was last modified: November 23rd, 2016 by Kiosk Industry
Veloxity sells and rents the kiosks to customers in the event, university, airport, hospital, casino, and restaurant industries. Companies surveyed by Statista said they planned to increase their spending at tradeshows 26%, in 2013. Products such as cell phone charging kiosks fit right in with this trend. The Veloxity charging kiosks include a built-in LCD screen for customizable display ads, branding and sponsorships.
According to the International Associations of Exhibits and Events, the trade show industry has grown at a rate of about 3% per year since 2013. It has grown 3.6% from 2010-2015 in the United States alone, where the industry represents as much as $15 billion in revenue per year. In addition, attendance has been steadily increasing.
Veloxity to Feature Phone Charging Kiosks at BizBash NYC was last modified: November 23rd, 2016 by Kiosk Industry
Phone Charging Kiosk – Brightbox Inc., a global platform provider of networked mobile device recharging and engagement solutions, announced it teamed with Panasonic to keep the throngs attending this past weekend’s VidCon 2015 charged and engaged.
The kiosk is located next to the TVA fountain across from the square on Wall Avenue and can charge up to six mobile phones or tablets at a time with a variety of built-in cable connections. The kiosk is operational 24 hours a day and can run for up to two days without sun.
TVA installs solar-powered phone charging kiosk in Knoxville’s Market Square was last modified: November 23rd, 2016 by News Editor
The US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Samsung that reveals one of their latest inventions regarding a new display technology for charging wirelessly through a display panel and/or a wireless charging system. Our report presents you with four of Samsung’s charging application examples over and above the tablet case that you can see presented in our cover graphic.