By Amy Varley
If you’re looking for a way to showcase your business, in a space with plenty of potential customers, why not try the Hallam Pop-Up Shop?
Located directly across from the entrance of Sheffield Hallam University’s main Owen building, the level of footfall that graces Howard Street on a daily basis provides ample exposure for any business looking to increase its sales.
The shop is managed by students on the university’s Pop-Up Shop Management Team as part of a sandwich year programme.
This year, 23-year-old aerospace engineering student Tonu Wiwa is in charge, and says: “We would like to reach students, graduates and externals to show that the space is available at cheap prices, at a good location and good for exposure.”
For just £5 a day for students and £30 for external applicants, local entrepreneurs can showcase and sell their items, alongside hosting events and workshops.
Businesses new and old have found success in the Pop-Up Shop, with the opportunity available to students even after they graduate.
Alongside it’s physical space, the Hallam Pop-Up Shop also makes an appearance online in the form of Hallam Made, which allows students to handle their sales through a free and secure website offered by the university’s Enterprise team.
With additional equipment like tables, chairs, stands and clothes rails provided by the team, the Pop-Up Shop provides an amazing space for local businesses to showcase what they have to offer.
If you would like to rent the shop or have your work featured on Hallam Made, get in touch below!
Visit Hallam Made at https://www.hallammade.co.uk