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Attention brand owners and event planners, we’re here to help you!

In this month’s issue of POP-ID, we’ll be covering all grounds when it comes to location, design and fit-out of your pop-up shop. Our goal is to assist you in every step of the process and provide you with helpful tips and tricks to ensure the success of your physical activation. With the festive period just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start planning.


The success and engagement of a brand’s pop-up store can be heavily influenced by it’s location and size. The location is important because it determines the accessibility and visibility of the store to potential customers. A prime location with high traffic in a trendy area can generate more foot traffic and buzz, increasing the store’s exposure and potential sales. The size of the pop-up store can also impact the customer experience. A larger space allows for more product displays and interactive features, offering a more immersive and engaging environment. Alternatively, a smaller space can create a sense of exclusivity and encourage a more intimate shopping experience. 

If you need help finding the right space for your brand, contact our team and they can help point you in the right direction of one of our partners. 


The design of the pop-up should be well-thought-out to create a unique and visually appealing space that can attract and engage customers. It should set the tone for the brand’s identity and effectively communicate its message. Additionally, the store layout should be functional in optimising the customer experience, with a seamless and intuitive design that makes it easy for customers to navigate the space, locate products and complete their purchases – this can contribute to higher sales and customer satisfaction. 

Try our free Space Planner tool to experiment with different store layouts.



The store fit-out serves as the physical embodiment of the brand’s identity. A well-executed fit-out reflects the brand’s values and aesthetics and it can also influence how customers perceive the brand. Attention to detail in the store – from lighting and fixtures to decor and layout – can set the mood and engage the senses, leaving a lasting impression that strengthens customer loyalty. Additionally, customers are more likely to share their positive experience on social media, increasing brand exposure. In the world of pop-up retail, where time is limited and competition is fierce, a thoughtfully designed store fit-out can make all the difference. 


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