Pop-Up Shops as a Marketing Tool for Retailers

Management consultant, blog writer, dreamer

Pop-Up Shops are short-term, temporary retail events that are “here today, gone tomorrow”. It is the temporary use of physical space to create a long term, lasting impression with potential customers. “The pop-up retail phenomenon, once known as flash retailing, has grown in recent years” say experts at Gordon James Realty, a local property management firm. Retail space for pop-up shops is rented for a fraction of the cost of a long-term space and is a cost-efficient way for a retailer to increase its brand awareness and make a profit.

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Retail and the Internet of Things

Management consultant, blog writer, dreamer

The Internet of Things (IOT) may be an opportunity for Bricks and Mortar retailers. The proliferation of connected devices coupled with less-expensive technology platforms can be used by retailers to get customers back into their shops…

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