Monthly Archives: August 2014

Finding Inspiration for Pop ups

Creativity – 1. the state or art of being creative. 2. the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, interpretations, etc.; originality, progressiveness, or imagination   …and mostly … Continue reading

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Getting The Most Out of Your Social Media

In light of Marc Jacobs first ever ‘Twitter Pop Up Shop’ held last weekend, we thought we would share a few basic tips on how to ensure you are getting the most out of your social media campaigns. Marc Jacobs … Continue reading

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One Can Never Have Enough Good Books

To satisfy the bibliophiles out there we couldn’t rest with just giving you our Top 3 Reads For Entrepreneurs and Independent Retailers Who Want To Open a Pop Up Shop. No! We merely skimmed the surface with covering the setting … Continue reading

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Top 3 Books For Entrepreneurs and Independent Retailers Who Want To Open A Pop Up Shop

We all know that pop up shops provide entrepreneurs with a fantastic way of bringing their ideas to life. Pop ups offer unique opportunities to promote your brand, reach out to customers and sell your products – all without the … Continue reading

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Spoon {Cereals} Secures £50,000 Investment from Dragon’s Den

Last week’s Dragons’ Den saw pop up Spoon {Cereals} succeed in securing a £50,000 investment from dragons Deborah Meaden and Peter Jones. Both dragons invested £25,000  and each will have a 15% stake in the business. Founded by Annie Morris and Jonny Shimmin, Spoon {Cereals} was … Continue reading

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