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Introducing the TensaKit™

At Tensator we have developed a cost-effective display and signage range for use in a variety of commercial environments. The easy-to-install TensaKit™ range is a stylish cable and display product that can be configured to suit every business need, and requires no specialist tools or ...

Shopping Centres should act on security

Balancing safety and design within shopping centres presents a challenge that retailers need to address, as most are easy targets for crime and terrorism because of the way they are laid out. At Tensator we have been putting safety first, contacting shopping centres to improve standards in ...

IT glitches

Last week saw Tesco encounter rather long queues, as price updates were made overnight, which in turn, affected a number of tills in certain stores across the UK. One of us happened to experience this first-hand, and it made for a rather interesting shopping trip. Not only were staff only ...

A great British tradition?

When an Italian friend of Tensator’s came over to the UK for a visit recently, we were amazed at how baffled she was by the prospect of queuing for a bus! Every time a group of us passed a bus stop a big smile would appear on her face as she looked at the formal line of passengers waiting ...

Are you vulnerable to sweethearting?

You wouldn’t have guessed that ‘sweethearting’ is an official industry phrase used in the retail sector! Not a term of endearment or a piece of confectionery, but it actually refers to a form of employee theft. So what is it exactly and how can such fraud be reduced? Sweethearting ...

Sight-seeing advice

For those who want to escape the throngs of people when soaking up the historic sights during a city break, planning is absolutely essential. Whether visiting the Uffizi art gallery in Florence or climbing the steps of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, it’s enough to make anyone a little hot ...

Raising the bar for queuing

Our love of queuing may have gone a step to far – at least for drinkers in one town in North-West England. If reports are to be believed, pubs in the centre of Oldham could soon introduce post office-style queues at the bar in an attempt to cut down on trouble. We all know the frustration of ...

Increase summer trading with café banner solutions

With the potential of a beautiful summer after all the cold and snow we’ve experienced, portable café banners can enable businesses to create additional space with minimal disruption in order to take advantage of the outdoor customer trade. Such systems are ideal for the growing urban trend ...

Vacant retail units

Recent government announcements have caused a stir amongst the retail industry, as plans have been discussed to convert empty shops across the UK into cultural havens for community use. £3M worth of funding, including grants up to £1K will be pumped into helping councils speed up planning ...

Beat the Easter Bank Holiday Queues

As the bank holiday is approaching, people up and down the UK are getting ready for their weekends away. However a bank holiday usually means one thing – QUEUES. Whether it is queuing on the motorway, at theme parks, petrol stations or restaurants, one thing is for sure, us Brits will be ...
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