Welcome back to Write Away, the blog for small businesses, freelancers, start-ups and budding entrepreneurs.
Our latest post is about a new revolution for start-up businesses that already have an online presence, but would also like to try out a bricks and mortar, high street presence, without having to commit to long leases and thousands of pounds in rent and refitting.
The concept has enabled a number of businesses, in Richmond in Surrey, where the flagship store opened, to co-work with other small retailers for two weeks at a time.
Further stores are planned in Victoria and Shropshire, and the beauty of the concept is that it enables unused retail premises to be bought back to life showcasing new British brands.
Popup Britain is backed by Start Up Britain, a national campaign started by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, to inspire enterprise throughout the UK.
The campaign is also looking to go nationwide in a bid to present small businesses across the country with the opportunity to benefit from this concept.
So if your business is looking at raising its retail presence, this could be just the ticket.
As usual, the link to the Popup Britain website is below, we hope you find it useful.
Until next time.