Category Archives: experiential marketing

God’s Own Junk Yard

Chris Bracey, a London collector and creator of neon art (and in fact the first to create Soho’s perennial “Girls Girls Girls” sign) has recently opened his own pop up shop in central London. God’s Own Junk Yard is packed … Continue reading

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Art students’ jute bag pop up shop

Princes Mall in Edinburgh is playing host to a pop up shop selling limited edition reusable jute bags. Students from Edinburgh College of Art have teamed up with Jutexpo, a UK manufacturer who ran a competition for the students to … Continue reading

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StormShops pop up shop

Storm Thogerson (who owns and runs graphic design company StormStudios) has launched a pop up shop – StormShop – in his native Cambridge city centre. The shop on King Street has been launched in conjunction with their other pop up … Continue reading

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Penelope’s pop up kitchen

Having spent the summer selling ice cream from Penelope’s Pop Up Ice Cream Parlour, Carly Tomlinson is now serving hearty British food from Penelope’s Kitchen in Spinningfields, Manchester. Penelope’s Kitchen’s ethos is to source all ingredients from independent Manchester suppliers … Continue reading

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Pop up shop for entrepreneurs

The Department for Communities and Local Government has today opened a pop up shop offering low rent retail space to up and coming businesses. The shop is based in their headquarters near to Victoria station in London. Every two weeks, … Continue reading

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Cambridge Satchel Company pop up shop

Award winning Julie Deane, Owner of the Cambridge Satchel Company, has opened a pop up shop in Covent Garden and will hold a further pop up in the same location in February during London Fashion Week. The Cambridge Satchel Company … Continue reading

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The Designer Jumble Sale

Open now at 70 Lambs Conduit Street, London, the Designer Jumble Sale is proving popular with locals. “We’ve sold 20 pieces today just from people walking past the stores, seeing things in the windows and wanting to buy,” said founder … Continue reading

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Ebay pops up in Covent Garden

Further to their recent online pop up shop, Ebay opened a physical pop up shop in Covent Garden last weekend. The shop was different to most as it did not feature any products on shelves, but instead used QR codes … Continue reading

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James Franco’s holiday job in a mall

Actor James Franco is among celebrities taking new jobs over the Christmas period and who will be manning a pop up kiosk in Adams Row, Mayfair, with all funds going to South London art gallery House of Voltaire. With pieces … Continue reading

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Re:So

Southampton Solent University has opened the first “student enterprise” pop up store in a UK shopping centre. Re:So – which takes its name from “Retail Solent” – is the result of a collaboration between Southampton’s Marlands Shopping Centre and the … Continue reading

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