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Distribution and retail icons
from deck British Isles Map UK Ireland with Counties (PPT editable)

Icons: Distribution, Retail

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide presents a variety of icons related to distribution and retail. These include representations for a "Logistics Center" and "Wholesale Building," which could signify organized centers for storage and bulk selling, respectively. Additionally, there are icons for a "Retail Shop," denoting places where consumer transactions occur, as well as "Shopping & Consumption," indicating the act of purchasing and using goods. The slide highlights that these icons have editable features, such as filling, outline, and shadow effects.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a dark blue shade.
  • The title "Icons: Distribution, Retail" is displayed prominently at the top in large white text.
  • Beneath the title, there are two categories with corresponding icons: "Distribution Centre (big & small)" shown as warehouses, and "Wholesale" depicted as simplified buildings.
  • The lower section features "Retail Shop (big & small), Consumption" represented by storefronts accompanied by a shopping cart and bag icon.
  • Each icon set consists of two size variants, suggesting different scales of operation.
  • The icons are a consistent shade of purple, with a lighter tone used for text descriptors.
  • A banner stating "Fully Editable" spans the top right corner, indicating customizability.
  • Horizontal lines separate the sections and text content.

The slide has a clean and professional look with contrasting colors that make the content stand out. The icons are simplistic, yet descriptive enough to convey their assigned functions intuitively.

Use Cases

  • To visually illustrate different parts of the supply chain in business presentations or training materials.
  • In discussions or analyses concerning the retail industry's structure during strategic planning sessions.
  • While explaining operational scales in small business seminars, showcasing the contrasting big and small enterprise models.
  • Integrating into marketing materials to symbolize various sales channels or consumer touchpoints.

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