JBC & Associates Launches Expansion Throughout Canada With Turnkey Direct to Consumer Programs For Retailers and Manufacturersby Press Release
JBC & Associates, the premier direct to consumer mall kiosk/Pop Up Retail Management Company, announced plans to expand its market coverage internationally. The expansion comes in response to client requests and illustrates the growing demand in international retail operations. Canada is the first in a series of expansions. “JBC will leverage its understanding of both the US and Canadian markets to help our clients maximize their sales potential in both countries,” according to James O’Neill, President and CEO of JBC & Associates. Across the country and around the world, the face of retail is changing fast with kiosks and pop-up stores leading the growth trend. According to recent retail reports temporary retail continues to thrive as an $8 billion industry that’s grown 16% annually since 2009. The challenge for manufacturers, established brands, small business owners and major retailers is how to find the right environment, manage the units and capture the opportunity. Toledo, OH based JBC & Associates, LLC, www.jbcassociates.net has programs that provide brands with quick go-to-market blueprints that launch year round or seasonal direct to consumer retail programs allowing access to prime locations at a fraction of the cost of brick and mortar operations. With over 50 years combined experience, JBC & Associates has successfully managed varying types of retail operations. JBC & Associates is a hands on Management Company specializing in turn key direct to consumer operations with expertise in Total Human Resource Management, Employee Training, Site Selection/ Leasing, Asset Management, and POS Utilization in year round stores, seasonal kiosks/retail merchandising units (RMU’s) & Pop-Up stores. “We studied the retail landscape in Canada, and have designed programs that provide a complete framework for products and brands. This takes the challenge of staffing, management and more away from the product developers, and let’s them focus on what they do best, which is developing and marketing their product lines,” said James O’Neill, CEO of JBC & Associates.