We take a look at some of the global pop up sourcing companies out there and see who they have helped pop up.
Popup Brands, Australia http://www.popupbrandshq.com/
Popup Brands offers a sourcing service for pop up shops Down Under. Visitors can add their spaces and attract tenants through their streamlined website. Launched in 2013, it has now established itself as the go-to place to find pop up shops in Australia.
Storefront, USA https://www.thestorefront.com/
Storefront specialises in finding temporary spaces in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York. As well as traditional retail space, they offer spaces at markets, shopping malls, galleries, craft fairs and kiosks. Really, it’s the place to find a vacant spot in any of these major cities.
Along the way, they have worked in collaboration with companies such as Westfield, W Hotels, New York Metro, and Hotel Roger Smith.
Popup Square, Amsterdam http://www.popupsquare.nl/
Sourcing spaces in the capital of the Netherlands, Popup Square lets landlords lists properties and tenants browse through them for their perfect space. From shops to galleries, this pop up sourcing company has some of the funkiest places in the city on offer.
Popup Berlin http://www.popup-berlin.de/
Finding popup shops in Berlin, this website is the go-to place for finding out what the coolest pop ups in the city are this week, and also to source a space should you want to dip your toes into the world of pop ups!
From small Berlin retailers to big names such as Etsy, Popup Berlin has worked with companies of all sizes to get their project off the ground.
Don’t forget, we offer pop up sourcing in the UK, so if you’re looking to promote your business, drop us a line today!