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Outline Icons – Retail and Customers
from deck B2B Customer Segmentation Models Presentation (PPT Template)

Outline Icons — Retail and Customers

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide displays a collection of icons related to the retail sector and customer interaction. The icons represent different concepts like a person, human figures (man and woman), client, customer, a box (possibly for product or delivery), shop/store environment, and market segmentation. Each icon symbolizes a key element within the retail domain: the "person" icons could be used to represent individual clients, the "shop/store" icons may imply a physical retail establishment, and the "grouping" icons could indicate customer segmentation or team structures.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, minimalist design with icons equally spaced horizontally and vertically.
  • Icons are presented in an outlined style, emphasizing simplicity and modern visuals.
  • There are two rows of icons; the top row includes three human figures, one with a speech bubble and another with a document.
  • The bottom row consists of various representations of shops—a standard shop, a shop with a coding symbol, one with multiple stores connected, a set of documents, and a hand receiving a box.
  • To the right, there is a column with colorful silhouettes of human figures, likely indicating different roles or personas.
  • A callout circle with a single icon highlights one element, potentially singling it out for emphasis.
  • The color palette used is limited to grey for the icons and a teal banner with the text "Fully editable icons."

The slide's layout is balanced and symmetrical, creating a professional appearance. The icons are styled to be immediately recognizable, lending themselves well to metaphorical interpretation.

Use Cases

  • To visually enhance sections of a presentation dealing with customer demographics, service types, and retail strategies.
  • As a visual aid in discussions about market segmentation, illustrating different customer groups or buyer personas.
  • In training or educational materials to quickly convey various aspects of customer service, retail operations, and sales processes.
  • During brainstorming sessions for marketing or product development, to visually represent and brainstorm on segmenting customers or identifying target markets.

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