Accessible Retail

Brands turn to open outdoor spaces to improve consumer accessibility

Implications - As rental prices continue to skyrocket, retailers are looking to alternative methods of exposure to sell their products. Providing ample space at a fraction of the cost, brands are utilizing mobile units or pop-up carts to transport their business ventures to open outdoor spaces like parks, giving consumers access to brands through the use of more approachable, public spaces.
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Pop-Up Retail Carts - COS Releases a Minimalist Pop-Up Cart to Showcase its Stylish Clothes
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Outdoor Culinary Companies - Tres Arbolitos Creates an Eating Experience in the Great Outdoors
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Warm 3,145 Clicks Pub: Sep 16, 14
Outdoor Culinary Companies
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Web Shopping Drop Boxes - Click-and-Collect Stations Help to Make Amazon Delivery More Convenient
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Warm 4,721 Clicks Pub: Jun 26, 14
Web Shopping Drop Boxes
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Treehouse Pop-Up Shops - Duncan Shotton's ‘POP-UP A TREE SHOP' Sells Products from Up High
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Mild 5,031 Clicks Pub: May 24, 13
Treehouse Pop-Up Shops
Duncan Shotton's ‘POP-UP A TREE SHOP' Sells Products from Up High
Instead of opening a shop at ground level, designer Duncan Shotton decided to open his pop-up shop in a tree and name it ‘POP-UP A TREE SHOP.’ Originally only an online retailer, Shotton decided... [More]
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