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Brands Must Meet Discrete Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Needs
- Product fit and expertise can relate to the differing styles and needs of Black consumers with varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
- Convenience and quality concerns can include a desire for wider selections of foods that reflect the diverse roots of Black consumers.
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- According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), a large majority (84%) of US adults plan to celebrate Mother’s Day with spending expected to reach $31.7 billion, an increase of $3.6 billion from last year.
- Consumers are expected to spend an average of $245.76 on purchases like greeting cards (75%), flowers (72%), outings like brunch or dinner (57%), or event tickets (27%), according to the NRF.
- Total spending on jewelry is expected to reach $7 billion with 41% indicating they plan to gift it (up from 34% last year).
- Over one-third of adults are planning to make their Mother’s Day purchases online, 30% at department stores, 27% from specialty stores, and 23% locally, according to the NRF.
- Fewer than one-third of US shoppers think COVID-19 will impact their Mother’s Day celebrations, but 62% do think inflation will impact the holiday, per a Numerator survey.
- Nearly half (47%) of US consumers planned to shop for Mother’s Day more than a week in advance, according to Numerator; 38% planned to purchase their items about a week before, while 12% will shop a day or two in advance.
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#SpacesWanted: Discover Your Next Tenant!
Collingwood, Blue Mountain, Niagara Falls | Seeking kiosk or 2,000 sq. ft. of inline space for ponchos, shawls and other gift items.
- Montreal | A beer company is looking to do an activation during the MONTREAL GRAND PRIX 2022. They are looking for a 3,000 sq. ft. streetfront location with windows on Ste. Catherine Street near Peel. Activation will run from June 13-19.
Toronto | Coffee company seeking 200-600 sq. ft. in the downtown core, financial district or along Queen St W.
- Toronto | Digital native women’s apparel brand is looking for a 1,500 sq. ft. location in tourist areas outside of the GTA, preferably storefront from April-September.
- Toronto | Looking for a storefront space on Queen or Dundas Street West for a pop-up art gallery between 1,000-2,000 sq. ft. in size.
Vancouver | Gift set company selling body products, candles, scents and home goods seeking 500-1,000 sq. ft. Malls and storefront spaces of interest.
projeX by pop-up go is a virtual pop-up marketplace and online shopping destination that connects consumers to a diverse variety of small businesses, boutiques, and local retailers, allowing them to discover high-quality, exclusive, and exciting finds. Brands can sell directly to consumers, create virtual pop-up stores, or host digital experiences – all in one place. It’s a great way to launch a new product, test a new concept, or build an online presence.
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Discover Your Perfect Pop-Up Space! #BrandsWanted
- 600 sq. ft. of high exposure space available in dense commercial node of the downtown core.
- 1,000 sq. ft. of shared space available for pop-ups in Mile End.
- 2,000 sq. ft. expansive ground floor showroom, generous storage areas and full size basement.
- 1,300 sq. ft. ground floor retail space and includes a vented commercial kitchen and wood burning fireplace. Close neighbors to this space include Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and other world class brands.
- 4,000 sq. ft. available on Queen West near Trinity Bellwoods Park.
- 20,000 sq. ft. available on Bloor Street in Yorkville.
- 5,000 sq. ft. (over two levels) of dedicated pop-up space in Burnaby now booking for July 2022. Perfect for brand activations, services launches, event space and more!
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