Monthly Archives: September 2014

Shopping centres are the new pop up hot spots

Pop up shops can literally pop up anywhere, from empty shops on the high street to spaces in train stations, and a new trend is to pop up in shopping centres.   A great way to get immediate traffic, shopping … Continue reading

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How could Scottish independence affect the retail sector?

With only a few hours until the results of Scotland’s independence are revealed, how would a yes win affect the retail and business sector?   This complex argument is overshadowed by many “what-ifs” and “maybes” – as it is, nothing … Continue reading

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Pop up shops set to storm the economy

Pop up shops seem to be the words on everyone’s lips recently, as more and more retailers, marketers and small businesses look to pop up shops to get their ideas off the ground.   And it’s a trend that’s not … Continue reading

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Our top popups of the week

Experiential marketing seems to be making waves within the pop up community, with lots of intrepid business people and marketers using pop up shops to create something a little different to the usual shop setup. Here’s our picks of the … Continue reading

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