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Storefront Makes the Pop Up Possible for Ecommerce Brands

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As much as ecommerce has opened doors for startups, there are times when an actual brick and mortar is necessary—or at least would be really fun and potentially lucrative. SF-based Storefront is an online tool and marketplace that connects brands and designers with retail spaces for rent. Custom menswear brand Indochino used the service to open pop-up shops in SF and NYC, and local fashion retailer Topshelf Boutique tapped the site's resources to grow from a fashion truck into a boutique in the Crocker Galleria.

The process couldn't be easier: search the listings, submit a proposal, and finalize the details. Storefront takes care of the rest, keeping fees transparent and the outcomes free of surprises. Storefront has helped facilitate the opening of 1000+ stores (that have generated $30m in sales) and include past projects with big brands like Nike and Kanye West.
· There's a Renaissance Happening at The Crocker Galleria [Racked SF]
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