Sally McFadden, Associate Solicitor at Thomson & Bancks, discusses the legal issues behind starting a pop-up venture.
‘Pop-ups’, including restaurants and clothing shops, have become an attractive prospect for businesses looking to take advantage of seasonal trade opportunities, or as a chance to test their products.
Originally an underground concept, operated from unusual premises without proper licensing, pop-ups have now gone mainstream. With their potential as a showcase for chefs and a novel experience for customers it’s easy to see why.
Click here to read the full article by Sally, as featured in Life in the Village.
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