They’ve expanded in Indianapolis without losing sight of their community spirit and strong belief in nurturing staff.
These versatile retail tools can boost business, community engagement and social media traffic—and start conversations.
Owner and optician Valerie Afriat first learned to love fashion at her parents’ Montreal clothing factory in Montreal.
Once they were satisfied with the basic elements, they went to town branding all kinds of merch.
They offer an exam, own-brand frame and fitting in half an hour for less than $150.
Winners and finalists of INVISION’s ‘America’s Finest Optical Retailers’ competition share their creative ideas.
It’s getting hot in heeere!
Now they’ve got the therapeutic tools they need — and they have a heck of a lot of fun!
It’s a multi-billion-dollar industry that’s ‘starving for designers.’
They offer independent frames, state-of-the-art optometry and a strong community ethos.
MDs, ODs, physical and occupational therapists, rehab facilities, athletes and more send patients their way.
He does the designs himself and keeps it ‘simple, classy and to the point’.
Gogosha Optique’s discerning clientele get a guided tour of expertly curated, and often exclusive, handcrafted frames.
These 7 practices know how to keep their branding firmly in their customers’ hands.
And like musicians, they give away merch to create brand loyalty.
Their commitment to care and comfort shines through in countless details.
SOMA’s mid-century modern aesthetic and Palm Springs vibe overlay its ‘Old Boston’ bones.
Sandi Eveleth’s Eye Care Marketing Club on the Clubhouse app offers an unscripted space for ECPs to learn and swap ideas.
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NICHE Eyewear Boutique Vancouver, BC, Canada Valerie Afriat was born and raised in Montreal. She has been wearing glasses since the age of 7 and hated...