Display Security | Retail Security | Myriad
Display Security Specialists
The total direct financial cost of retail crime has climbed to £700 million - an increase of six per cent from the previous year. ‘Customer theft’ remains the largest element, now over £half a billion per year, a 15 percent increase on the previous results.(BRC RETAIL CRIME SURVEY 2018).
Protect and power
As specialists in display security, Myriad has been creating anti theft products for protecting goods on open display for over 25 years. Not only are they discreet but our display security products also enable you to power your goods so that the customer has a real experience of using the item and such interaction has been proven to increase sales.
Seamless display integration
With products such as SmartPhones, Tablets, Smartwatches, FitBits, MP3 Players and Digital Cameras, the need for seamless display integration to incorporate the security solution as an integral part of the display has meant that we work closely with Fixture Designers and Shopfitters.
The beauty of securing handheld items this way is that not only are they being powered at the same time as being secure, but the customer can also actually pick them up, turn them around, see how heavy the item is and see it working!
A wealth of experience
Myriad has a wealth of experience in dealing with retailers and their fast changing display security requirements to provide a secure solution to displaying goods. Whether you need anti-theft devices to protect Tablets, SmartPhones, FitBits, Cameras, MP3s, Smartwatches, Headphones, DVD Players, Leather Jackets, Handbags or Power Tools - we will have the correct retail display anti-theft security solution for you!
Our brand new premises
WE HAVE MOVED!!!
Apollo Office Park was originally an ironstone quarry, located in the village of Wroxton. The quarry was opened in 1917 and worked heavily in the second world war and had its own railway, the Oxfordshire Ironstone Railway, that linked it to the Great Western Railway near Banbury. The quarry and its railway closed in 1967.
The site now contains purpose built offices surrounded by open fields and beautiful landscapes.