Firms and institutions that provide financial services to commercial and retail customers include banks, investment companies and insurance companies who regularly utilise instore signage graphics for marketing to promote their products and services.
In the banking & finance application, imagery and up-to-date signage is key. Rates and offers are constantly changing so the ability to quickly and easily change out OneFrame fabric skins is perfect. OneFrame utilises Silicon Edge Graphics, which are borderless images, designed to ensure that every inch of space is prioritised for promotion, not frames or borders. It’s a sleek, modern look that fits well with the banking & finance industry aesthetic.
OneFrame fabric signage solutions take signage display and make it multi-dimensional. The custom-made products fit any space, can be based on the floor, wall or suspended, single or double sided, illuminated or un-illuminated; whatever you choose you do so knowing that it’s a New Zealand made, modern, affordable, sustainable solution. And you make a conscious decision to stand out while doing your part for the environment.
The modern-day banking branch tends to have a centralised teller or customer service offering with the wall space dedicated for booths, breakout areas and meeting rooms. This means overhead directional signage is extremely important to help customers navigate their way through the open space. OneFrame’s lightweight products are perfect for suspending and can even be illuminated for that extra attention-grabbing finish.
OneFrame fabric signage & fabric lightboxes within the banking & finance sector can be delivered for the following applications:
If you would like to talk more about OneFrame fabric signage and lightboxes for your finance outlet please feel free to contact our friendly team.
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