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Virtual Worlds poses offer for 4D Theatre to retailers

10th September 2019 - 15:31pm
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Virtual Worlds has posed an offer to independent KBB retailers, claiming they can increase their sales by 30% using the company’s 4D Theatre, or the software firm will give their money back.

The offer gives retailers the opportunity to “try this ground-breaking design software for themselves and take full advantage of all that it has to offer with absolutely no risk”.

“It is only natural to be cautious when new technology comes along and for retailers to question whether it is going to be worth them making the switch,” said Virtual Worlds managing director Nathan Maclean.

“4D Theatre pays for itself in many ways, with retailers already on board with Virtual Worlds are reporting conversion rates increasing by an average of 50% – with some even hitting 100% – while order values are increasing by around 20% as a direct result of using virtual reality.”

Maclean added: “Normal sales techniques engage the rational part of the brain making consumers more cautious and less likely to commit.

“Virtual Worlds 4D Theatre taps straight into the emotional, primal brain and that’s why we’re so confident that it is the only selling tool out there that can guarantee sales results. We are so confident that we are putting our money where our mouth is with a money-back guarantee.”


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