• Heart of the Haut-Marais
• Fashion Week neighborhood, with a trendy environment
• Brands nearby: A.P.C, Ba&sh, The Kooples, Ysé, Maison Labiche…
• The most beautiful Parisian location for a pop-up store in Paris
• An immense façade and a very bright store
• An exceptional flow
A phenomenal location which mixes visibility, flow and a very large shop window to put forth each product. The shop is big, well laid-out and offers the possibility to create different spaces to set up the checkout and to welcome people.
A methodology (built in the field) and a performance measurement tool (based on past experience) to help you analyse and optimise your sales outlet.
Layout, customer path, recruitment and training of sales staff, cash register software... A project team dedicated to your project, drawing on its knowledge of the field and its trusted partners.
From DNVBs to large groups, implementing an omnichannel strategy results in an average 30% higher customer lifetime value, more loyal and trusting customers with an average shopping basket +12%.
Salespeople as true ambassadors of your brand. Profiles selected according to needs: sector expert, product advisor, representative of the brand's values and storytelling.
The rue Vieille du Temple starts in rue de Rivoli and ends in rue de Turenne. The street is busy and filled with private hotels. The district of the Marais is touristic and very commercial at the same time, especially with numerous independent creators’ shops, the main flagships of major brands and a few concept stores.
On the weekend, there are record flows of pedestrians thanks to the opening of shops on Sundays.
Thanks to its large façade and its wide shop windows, the shop is very bright. Set up all in length, it is very simple to make the store your own and to create different spaces to experiment. The space measures 63m², which makes you able to let your brand’s universe express itself.
Here, you can see the example of the mythical and luxury brand Courrèges who played the card of the curves in the furnishing of their shop.