Popertee have announced four new pop-up retail spaces available at Pearse Station. Companies can open a short-term retail venture in the station which attracts 25,000 commuters each day. This is Popertee’s first venture with Iarnrod Eireann and they are planning to roll it out to other stations in Dublin.
The spaces range from 12 sq.ft up to 108 sq.ft. and cost €1,000 per week to rent. Companies can rent them for a minimum of one week and a maximum of six months.
“This is an excellent opportunity for retailers and brands to get their products into one of the highest footfall locations in Ireland. The spaces are suited to a variety of businesses including florists, food, technology, fashion or brands looking to promote an upcoming festival or event. It’s a great way for companies to test their product in a short-term retail environment before committing to a long term location” says Lucinda Kelly of Popertee.
Popertee is a new Irish company specialising in matching potential pop up locations with businesses. The company currently has 100 properties available for pop-up ventures and works with property owners and asset managers at a variety of locations including Liffey Valley, Westend Retail Park and Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company.
“The pop-up phenomenon has exploded in recent years and in the UK alone there were £3 billion of sales through pop-ups last year. This is set to grow further as not just retail but also sectors such as technology, energy and government see how they can reach customers through pop-ups. We are working with UK and global brands interested in testing the Dublin market. They are looking for high footfall city centre sites and also unique spaces such as historic buildings, warehouses and parks. We are also working with innovative property owners and managers who see the opportunity for using renting their vacant spaces to pop-ups as a great way of making extra money”.
“More online brands than ever before are also looking for a physical presence to better connect with their customers. By offering a great selection of spaces to brands which they can not only use for retail purposes but also as part of their marketing campaigns” added Lucinda.
For more information about the pop up retail spaces visit www.popertee.com.