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“Pop-up stores are becoming increasingly popular these days, which might be an effect of the recession, since many malls and shops have tons of empty, available spaces.”
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“Pop-up bookstores are an international phenomenon, from New York to Chicago to Honolulu to London to Berlin -- and now one has come to Pittsburgh and it's the biggest one ever.”
“Pop-up books from 1570 to today show their evolution from education on things such as the workings of the human heart to children's books.”
“Other initiatives include Project Pop-up, a retail competition whose winner will receive mentoring and marketing support to execute their store concept; New York City Fashion Draft, which will pair fashion students with employers looking to hire new talent; Fashion Campus NYC, an educational seminar program; and New York City Fashion Fellows, which will provide mentoring and networking opportunities to 30 "rising stars" in fashion management.”
“Pop-up collection centers at convenient locations such as Talbots, Whole Foods and J.Crew will open March 1st with more to follow.”
“Pop-up businesses succeed by providing a break from daily routines.”
“Pop-up stores could also give us access to businesses that we may have otherwise overlooked.”
“Pop-up stores aren't a new phenomenon—often they are seasonal, setting up for holidays like Halloween or Christmas.”
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