From quick-to-build rotating popup shops to easy-to-use SaaS dashboards equipped with all the necessary parts for a physical store, innovative retailers and real estate owners are catering to brick-and-mortar's current ephemeral nature

The closing of legacy retailers and traditional mall anchor tenants has led to the creation of a new retail concept that not only provides a flexible and creative solution to rising vacancy rates, but also meets consumers’ growing needs for new experiences and desire to interact with their favorite brands IRL.

Retail service providers and landlords are offering brands, particularly emerging, digitally native ones, flexible, turnkey solutions for opening a physical retail space, creating a lower barrier to entry and allowing them to test and refine new concepts and products.

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