Whether it is a pop-up for back to school supplies or a vending machine that dispenses clothing, the September 2017 business trends reveal that brands continue to make an effort to create engaging on-site activation for consumers.
Like previous years, pop-up shops remain a popular way for brands to engage with consumers in real time. One of the most highly anticipated of these pop-up shops was The Spotted Cheetah, which is a Cheetos-based pop-up restaurant in New York City run by celebrity chef Anne Burrell.
However, not all brands have taken the pop-up route to catch the attention of consumers. For instance, Uniqlo has begun setting up giant vending machines full of clothing as a way of offering consumers a unique shopping experience. Another unique example highlighted by the September 2017 business trends is S.Pellegrino's Itineraries of Taste dining events in London.
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Social Media-Inspired Terrarium Shops
Japanese Retailer Food Markets
Retail Vending Machines
Millennial Parent Restaurant Rebrandings
Sprawling Accessories Stores