Ancillary Retail

MAY 2018

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8 Ancillary Retail | May 2018 NEWS KIMCO LAUNCHES ONLINE PROGRAM TO MATCH POP-UPS WITH SPACE New Hyde Park, N.Y. — Kimco Realty has launched Pop It Up Here!, a program to streamline the process for pop-up shops to look for potential locations in the Kimco portfo- lio. Retailers and brands can search by specific location or geographic range for pop-up locations that are move- in ready. Pop It Up Here! launched with locations in six markets — Denver; Dallas; San Francisco; Phoenix; Bellev- ue, Washington; and Wilton, Connecticut — with 34 units in 13 centers. The program is a product of Kimco's LABS (Leaders Advancing Business Strategy) program, an en- trepreneurial idea incubator and leadership development program launched in 2015. For more information, visit www.PopItUpHere.com. GLOBALSHOP, IRCE AND RFID TO MERGE WITH RETAILX CONCEPT IN 2019 Chicago — GlobalShop, Internet Retailer Conference Exhi- bition (IRCE) and RFID Journal LIVE! Retail are co-locating with an integrated event called RetailX in 2019. The event, which will take place June 25-27, 2019, will feature a show floor of more than 400,000 square feet that showcases the in- tersection of e-commerce, store design and innovation with- in the retail industry. Planners anticipate more than 1,200 exhibiting brands and more than 20,000 attendees. L'OCCI TRUCK TAKES BEAUTY PRODUCTS TO FESTIVALS AND EVENTS ACROSS THE U.S. Washington, D.C. — Beauty company L'Occitane en Provence is taking its skincare, body care and fragrance products to new customers via the L'Occi Truck. The retro design of the truck is inspired by the French Citroën H Van, often used by small-town French farmers. Clad in the brand's signature Provençal sunshine yellow, the truck is approximately 16 feet long by 7 feet high, with large windows that invite cus- tomers to view an internal shelving display. A tester rail and foldable display counter will feature an interactive station to engage passersby, and a large exterior screen will display a video showcasing the Provençal lifestyle and the brand's history. The truck kicked off its adventures at the Cherry Blossom festival in Washington, D.C., in April and it will attend events and festivals across the U.S., including Pop- up at The Grove in Los Angeles in October. The truck will also serve as a fill-in at centers where L'Occitane stores are closed for renovations. For more information, follow #loccitruck on social media or visit usa.loccitane.com/theloccitruck. SPECIALTY RETAIL VETERANS LAUNCH NEW FIRM Las Vegas — Headquartered in Las Vegas and New York, International Retail Management and Consulting Group (IRG) is led by CEO/Founder Linda Johansen-James, CRX, CLX. Johansen-James is the former CEO of the largest owner-operated specialty retailer in the world. Along with her husband, Max, James was instrumental in the success of many leading brands, including growing the Proactiv busi- ness to over 400 staffed locations and 900 automated stores throughout North America, Australia and New Zealand, amassing more than $1.7 billion in sales. IRG is a consulting firm specializing in direct-to-consumer retail operations and specialty retail marketing. IRG's ser- vices include corporate strategy, operational consulting, project management, branding, marketing, and high-pro- file launch events. Current clients include ABC Mouse, One Two Cosmetics, and Vivint Solar. For more information about IRG, visit www.irg-retail.com The L'Occi Truck will travel to events and festivals across the U.S. Contact us 972-304-4100 sales@bellagroupdesign.com w w w . b e l l a g r o u p d e s i g n . c o m Retail Stores RMU's Kiosks Displays

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