Moysig Retail Design, who works together with companies such as Puma, L’Occitane, Ludwig Beck and Tamaris, supports young academics: the Herford (Germany) based shop fitter started – in cooperation with Detmold’s University of Applied Sciences – a competition for students enrolled at Detmold’s university.

The challenge: to design a future retail concept. The winner: Thomas Wilberg, who created a concept for a skate shop. The winning specifics: the seamless connection between on- and offline and a dealer’s workshop, where clients can build their own skateboard or fix their boards immediately.

Interesting as well was Corinna Lüddecke’s concept presenting a second hand store for eyewear. Her idea: customers can make a choice of glasses online. After entering the stationary store and being registered via QR-code they can find their personalized selection of glasses on a shelf in the store.

CEO and founder of Moysig Retail design, Dirk Moysig, says: “It is very important for us to cooperate with universities, to get new input as well as to share our know-how. This kind of contest is a good opportunity to get in touch with the employees of tomorrow.” It seems as if this competition creates winners only.
Eyewear store, runner-up slot
Eyewear store, runner-up slot