Kacey Bradley | October 21, 2019
By Kacey Bradley Just over a decade ago, the idea of brick-and-mortar shops began to change. Instead of investing in one permanent location for their businesses, brand owners moved their store around as often as they liked through their pop-up shops. The idea of pop-up stores is still relatively new, but is becoming more popular each passing year. People of all ages want to stop by and check out what's on offer when a new store appears, which provides tons of opportunities to the shop and who they partner with. Hotels are jumping on board this trend by opening pop-up stores in their lobbies. Read on to learn how any hotel can operate...
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