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6 reasons to book a small retail space with Storefront

1. Test different cities

Want to know which street or neighborhood will be most receptive to what you’re showcasing? The best way is to pop up in different cities (even simultaneously!) to determine which is right for you and attract the most buzz.

2. Connect

Connect with your clients. A physical space is invaluable when it comes to building a real relationship with your customers outside of the virtual world.

3. High visibility

The press loves short term retail, just like your customers – who also appreciate a certain exclusivity they will feel, due to the short-term nature of your event.

4. Your sales will soar

Although the internet still feels like magic, the virtual world is missing something. Your business’ sales will increase when you launch a pop-up event because there’s nothing more powerful than engaging the 5 senses and creating a real-life experience for your customers.

5. Promote your brand

Set yourself apart from the competition! Use this marketing tool to your advantage and become known in different cities around the world!

6. Price

The reason many brands are afraid of retail and hesitate to establish themselves physically in cities is because of the financial risk involved. Short term retail solves this problem. And did you know that renting a short-term space is actually cheaper than most traditional rentals?

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“ Our sales have also gone up [from the pop-up store], mainly because of the clothes we selected to sell that were reflective of both seasonal trends and trends in Dallas (picking the right clothes to sell is a very important part of getting a good sales number!). The 3-day event netted us at $80k.”
“ The pop-up allowed customers to develop an emotional connection with all that Huda embodies in the brand and enabled them to enter her world and physically experience it.”
“By far Storefront was the most proactive and responsive to our request for the right rental space. It wasn’t just the speed to meet our requirements. What differentiated Storefront, is that they ‘got our vision’ for our business. When Storefront told us that a staircase in Mayfair was available at a reasonable cost, we jumped at the chance”
“I just love how easy [Storefront] is. This is my first real business…and Storefront gave me a better idea of what I was getting into.”