Cash and Carry
Cash registers are too bulky to lug between temporary pop-up shop locations, but cash boxes provide the ideal alternative. To keep it out of sight but easily accessible, choose a cash box model with an easy-glide drawer, and mount it to the bottom of a folding table.
Soak Up the Screen Time
If you’re moving your location often, it can become difficult to keep things organized within your pop-up shop. Use a tablet to keep track of inventory, create financial reports, manage online orders and interact with clients through social media. Also customers don't always have cash, so it's important to offer flexible payment options.
Pay the Price
Based on where and when your pop-up shop pops up this week, you may want to change merchandise prices. This can be a time-consuming process. Use price markers to quickly and clearly label items.
It's in the Bag
Whether the items you sell are large or small, your customers need a convenient way to carry their purchases. Add your own logo stickers to plain shopper bags for brand recognition.
Give and Get
Since your pop-up shop is only in a particular area for a limited time, it can be difficult to get your business name out there. Give customers a complementary custom-printed tote bag, pen or business card that features your company name and Web address to remain memorable.
When it comes time to tear down and move your shop, you need to save space for efficient travel. Use folding tables that store easily. When they're not in use, label each table so you can easily identify the merchandise it holds when you pop up in another location.