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London is the perfect place to organize your pop up store!
London, which draws a crowd eager for trying new products, is full of exclusive pop-up ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: industrial workshops, old warehouses, apartments etc.
Track lighting? White walls? Wood paneled? Whether you are looking for open spaces or a cozy retail unit, you are guaranteed to find the most ideal venue for the event you are organizing on Storefront.
A pop-up store is a transitory commercial space that can open for a single day or several weeks, even months.
A pop up store rental offers a short term lease in a retail space, and allows you to offer a unique consumer experience, connect with customers, or validate the potential of a London neighborhood while benefiting from great flexibility.
The cost of a pop-up shop in London varies by location. It also depends on the type of location you’ve chosen – for instance, a physical retail space in central London or High Street will be more expensive than somewhere outside of the downtown core.
On average, the cost of renting a pop-up shop in London ranges from a mere 10 pounds a day to 1000 pounds a day.
To pick the perfect pop-up shop/store location in London, you need to know your customers. Once you know your customer base, you get an idea of where they hang out. For example, if your customer base is teenagers, you want to consider a mall location. Teenagers tend to hang out at the mall with extra pocket cash.
You should also know the amount of foot traffic a location gets. You want a location with higher foot traffic so you have a higher likelihood to sell. When there’s little foot traffic, you’re expected to make less. How much merchandise do you have to sell? The more options you have, the more room you’ll need for your pop-up shop.
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