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You’d think I’d learn. Every fall we have an Expo, and every Expo involves client dinners, so off I’d go, committed to a great night out until …

For 25 years, the Design of the Times has celebrated the industry’s leading in-store displays and digital activations, recognizing their vital role in any successful marketing initiative. Download the complete 2018 winners list today and get inspired by these truly remarkable activations.

Anheuser-Busch InBev launched an in-store campaign for its Stella Artois beer during the 2017 holiday season that paid homage to the brand’s heritage and craftsmanship. The display caught the eye of judges in the Path to Purchase Institute’s annual Design of the Times competition.

Coca-Cola developed a display for Albertsons Cos. that moved past price promotion to connect with shoppers in an emotional manner through equity colors and key design cues.

Chicago – Four entrants were identified as Platinum award winners in the Path to Purchase Institute’s 2016 Design of the Times competition, with an LG Electronics display from Design Phase earning the “Best of the Times” distinction during a September awards ceremony held in conjunction with the Pa

The Path to Purchase Institute announced the winners of the 2017 Design of the Times Awards competition at a special reception Sept. 27 during the Path to Purchase Expo in Chicago.

WestRock earned the 2017 Design of the Times “Best of the Times” award from the Path to Purchase Institute with a sizable, eye-catching, selfie-inducing, standalone display promoting the DVD release of Walt Disney Co.’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”

I would hope that by now you recognize that our 2016 Summit keynoter will be none other than Sir Martin Sorrell.

Minneapolis — The Path to Purchase Institute awarded top honors in its annual Design of the Times contest to specialty retailer The Children’s Place for its back-to-school jeans display.