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Kodak Express Case Study

29/05/2018 12:35

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A variety of businesses have joined the network in recent weeks. The majority had made a successful first step into the photo retail market already and then decided to fully commit to it under the Kodak brand. Here is a brief overview of some of our most recent network additions.

Vintage Picture Framing

The framing and gifting business Vintage Picture Framing in Tredegar, Wales, decided to take their photo printing area up a level after testing the waters with a few basic services fulfilled through a large format printer. Father and son duo Andy and Darran Jones have decided that the best way to fully commit to photo printing would be under the Kodak brand as part of the Kodak Express network.

Tetenal Account Manager Chris Castle takes up the story: “When I visited it was plain to see there was an opportunity to re-establish and expand on the photo offering they had in the past. Choosing to join the Kodak Express network gave them an instantly recognisable brand above the door."

During the process Tetenal worked closely with Darran to organise the new exterior Kodak Express signage, in-store POS and implementation of their own store’s Kodak Express e-commerce website.

Inside Vintage Photos

The store has now been fully up and running with the website and the Kodak branding since February. The photo printing equipment from Tetenal allows Vintage Picture Framing to offer a much wider range of photo services than before with customers increasingly using the new website.

Abrax Computers

One of the most recently completed additions to the Kodak Express network is Abrax Computers based in Kentish Town, North London.

The independent computer specialist has decided to fully integrate photo retail into his existing business to attract new customer target groups.

Tetenal installed the store’s brand new photo printing equipment in April, including a Kodak Apex 30, the all-in-one compact photo lab from Kodak. The store’s outside signage and e-commerce website were completed and made live shortly after which means Abrax Computers are now officially trading as a Kodak Express.

Finsbury Park Post Office

The North London Post Office became one of 2018's first new stores in January this year and recently refurbished their internal shop floor to give it a fresh look under the Kodak brand. Tetenal provided external and internal signage long with internal POS. The business reopened its doors to their customers at the start of May.

Chiswick Post Office

Located in West London just off Chiswick’s busy High Street the store takes advantage of the area's high footfall. Business Manager Daxesh Patel tapped into the photo retail market when including a photo booth into his store. The Chiswick branch is joining the network After recommendations from Finsbury Park Post Office.

Outside Abrax store

"Choosing to join the Kodak Express network gives stores an instantly recognisable brand above the door."
- Chris Castle -
Tetenal Account Manager

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Tetenal | UK Kodak Express Network Manager