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Signing Southgate

17 Feb 2014

Southgate has moved into the new year by unveiling new electronic directories to help guide shoppers around the centre.

The new guides are touch-screen and include electronic advertising opportunities for the Southgate traders.

Southgate’s Marina Levitsky said the new signs were able to convey both basic information about the centre while also covering the surrounding area.

“The new information kiosks were installed to provide easy to use 24-hour information for visitors searching for Southgate restaurants and stores, as well as basic customer service information like parking and parent change rooms,” Ms Levitsky explained.

“Customers can also access up-to-date information about what’s on at Southgate, as well as important events and shows in Melbourne and the surrounding arts precinct,” she added.

“They have been received very well. Early data has shown high levels of usage in the first month of operation.”

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