Pop Up Horsham launches Shop Share campaign
Pop Up Horsham has launched its Shop Share campaign today (August 3).
The programme will provide retail space for seven entrepreneurs per month, for six months, to showcase their products.
Behind the project is Horsham’s Daisy White who has worked with businesses to create pop-up shops, markets and festivals.
Mrs White said: “There is a need for a pop up scheme operating at a local level working with the local community, especially in more rural areas.
“Pop up giants such as Appear Here are inspirational in terms of their service and city coverage, but I would like to see more home business out on the high street, with the dual aims of more vibrant retail opportunities for shoppers, and business education and help for local entrepreneurs.”
“We are very excited to have the full support of Emma Jones and her team at Enterprise Nation who have been inspirational in terms of guidance and advice.”
Pop Up Horsham is also aiming to guide entrepreneurs as their business progresses and help those who have already grown their business and want a physical High Street presence to add to an established web-based outlet by utilising other vacant units in the area.
To apply visit http://popuphorsham.co.uk/
Mrs White has also released a new book called Taming Tigers.
For information and to order the book visit. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Taming-Tigers-Daisy-White-ebook/dp/B0116PD2ES/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1438257341&sr=1-2
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