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Pop-up shops open in BGC

A new retail shopping concept in BGC opens a space for startups to hone their brands and for established brands to hold short-term campaigns or introduce new products. 

Located along Bonifacio High Street near 7th Avenue is Pop-Up Street, which BGC likens to a food park­, but for retail.

Pop-up shops open in BGC
AKABA
“In a sense, Pop-Up Street also brings people together as a community of passionate entrepreneurs and excited shoppers who share the same appreciation for this kind of lifestyle. It has the added value of being outdoors, which gives off that enjoying-a-park vibe. This is certainly a good option to spend free time or weekends at,” said Francesca Padilla, BGC’s marketing and community relations officer.

Pop-up shops open in BGC
Black Wagyu
Among the first locators currently at Pop-Up Street is Ethan Cash Sneaker Lounge, a team of experts on shoe restoration that promises to remove stains, straighten creases, and do everything to make kicks look new again. 

Pop-up shops open in BGC
XOXO Ice Cream
AKABA, a fair-trade business that makes quality handwoven bags from Filipino indigenous textiles, has also set up shop at Pop-Up Street. 

Apart from retail brands, food establishments have also opened at Pop-Up Street. XOXO Ice Cream, which originated in Bali, serves handcrafted ice cream in unique flavors, while Black Wagyu is cooking imported yet affordable mouthwatering Japanese beef cubes. 

Pop-up shops open in BGC
Ethan Cash Sneaker Lounge
“We are inviting everyone to come check out Pop-Up Street and have a truly novel shopping experience only here in Bonifacio Global City. It’s a place to find new products to love and, of course, to support entrepreneurship,” said Padilla.

Shoppers can expect new offerings as brands lease for short periods of time only. 

Topics: Pop-up shops , BGC , Bonifacio High Street , Pop-Up Street

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