pop up stores
Imagine a world where fashion is fair. Right now it's not - it's exploitative, environmentally destructive and despite being one of the biggest and most profitable industries in the world, it's also the second most polluting.
To stand out against the competition, build brand loyalty and engage with the customer, digitising the customer experience is essential. Brands need to enhance the customer experience if they want to seriously capitalise on the popular 'pop-up' or festival opportunity
Modern pop-up homes may just hold the key to solving London's housing crisis. They are of extremely high quality, are manufactured cheaply and can be constructed in a matter of weeks. My new report, 'Pop-up Housing: A London Solution', suggests these kinds of high quality temporary homes could cut the cost of renting in the capital by a third.
Do you want to start your own pop-up organic vegan gluten free cider bar in Dalston but don't know what food to serve? Or
Brace yourselves - there's another pop-up café in London and it's bound to make you jealous. Swedish flat-pack furniture
Have you ever been wondering around London's fashionable East End and wondered why there are no hipster cafés selling exclusively
We loved the idea of Soho's owl bar, Shoreditch's cat café and even the pig picnic, but this one might be a bit too far. On
London's first Porridge Café opened in London on Monday, selling a range of sweet and savoury oat dishes. Despite it being
I got off my bike in Lower Marsh. It was dark and drizzling. At the entrance to a side street a man with a hood up against the weather pointed me towards a railway arch. As I approached I could just make it out through the gloom.
During my time in the capital I have become increasingly aware that we really do have it all, world-class museums and galleries, diverse restaurants, outstanding architecture and whimsical bars.