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Miller Wittman Retail Design Group

, ,Miller-Wittman-Retail-Design-GroupDebankan Chattopadhyay, Sales and Marketing CADCAM-E.COM, Inc.,Miller-Wittman-Retail-Design-Group
At the Miller Wittman Retail Design Group, we help our clients through the design of go-to-market strategies and physical branded selling environments.

We help our clients develop new marketing and sales strategies to gain mindshare and market share, help them to pivot to new markets, incorporate different selling skills, and forge stronger, more effective relationships with their customers. We relish determining the influence points for our customers and capitalizing on them through clear, process driven plans and tactics.
  • We demand hard work from ourselves, and diversity among our clients, but still focus on industries related to our core strengths


We demand hard work from ourselves, and diversity among our clients, but still focus on industries related to our core strengths. In the past, we were primarily known as a store design house. Today, with our retail design work, distribution, sales and brand strategy, product launch capabilities and training, we’re able to work with our clients in more meaningful ways to connect all these disciplines so they work together.

Our expertise and big-picture thinking helps to deepen client relationships and gain new clients in the process.


We relish determining the influence points for our customers and capitalizing on them through clear, process driven plans and tactics


For our part, we are constantly checking ourselves to maintain discipline, and thoughtful insight toward the market ahead.

As business leaders grapple through the unpredictability of a global pandemic and unrest, a lot of questions and ambiguity is swirling around the future making difficult to stay focused. As businesses approach the future, give us a call. We would love to tackle your toughest problems.

We ask ourselves and clients questions like this:

How am I approaching market share?
Do I have an equity in position with my customers or am I a commodity?
How did my last product launch perform?
How is my brand represented at the various points of retail?
Is my channel developed and considered a critical asset?
What investments in our future should be taken right now? (This doesn’t have to be a financial investment; it could be time, effort, skill sets, etc.)
Have I developed the right adjacencies to grow my business or are we stagnating under the weight of current circumstances?
Do we have a communication plan that works within these circumstances?
Can I be of assistance to anyone and provide needed solutions and skills they need right now?
What might be next for our business?
How are we prepared to be better for it?
How can I provide more value to the customers I already have?
Am I prospecting enough day after day?
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