February updates

28th February 2019

February updates

28th February 2019

Almost the end of the month but I wanted to get a few updates registered here for the month of February for Store Crossing. 🚀

Website refresh

We’ve given our site a facelift and shipped a bunch of improvements under the hood. Sharper images, better descriptions and iconography to help our customers easily navigate and better understand the service.

More importantly, we’ve re-written the code to help add more host stores onto the platform as we scale.

Jewelry pop-ups

Leading up to Valentine’s day, Store Crossing powered Flamingo Queen Jewelry’s pop-up at El Almacen Cafe. We were able to demonstrate how our platform can be used for local makers who are just starting out to host a pop-up easily and in an affordable manner to get traction.

A lot of learnings for us through this which we will be carrying forward to improve our upcoming pop-ups.

Vintage Clothing pop-ups

We also held our very first apparel pop-up by Specadirt Vintage at the Aroma Espresso Bar. Big shout out to Aroma Cafe for being such a gracious host. Pop-up was great for traction and making local connections. We’re thrilled to have Specadirt Vintage come back again in March for another pop-up.

In the coming weeks, we’ll be exploring new types of host locations for pop-ups as well as reach out to established companies to gauge interest in pop-ups. Stay tuned!

Lastly, if you’re at the DX3 conference in Toronto on March 6–7, do visit Store Crossing’s startup booth. We’re looking to make great connections. 🙌🏽


February updates was originally published in Store Crossing on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Almost the end of the month but I wanted to get a few updates registered here for the month of February for Store Crossing. 🚀

Website refresh

We’ve given our site a facelift and shipped a bunch of improvements under the hood. Sharper images, better descriptions and iconography to help our customers easily navigate and better understand the service.

More importantly, we’ve re-written the code to help add more host stores onto the platform as we scale.

Jewelry pop-ups

Leading up to Valentine’s day, Store Crossing powered Flamingo Queen Jewelry’s pop-up at El Almacen Cafe. We were able to demonstrate how our platform can be used for local makers who are just starting out to host a pop-up easily and in an affordable manner to get traction.

A lot of learnings for us through this which we will be carrying forward to improve our upcoming pop-ups.

Vintage Clothing pop-ups

We also held our very first apparel pop-up by Specadirt Vintage at the Aroma Espresso Bar. Big shout out to Aroma Cafe for being such a gracious host. Pop-up was great for traction and making local connections. We’re thrilled to have Specadirt Vintage come back again in March for another pop-up.

In the coming weeks, we’ll be exploring new types of host locations for pop-ups as well as reach out to established companies to gauge interest in pop-ups. Stay tuned!

Lastly, if you’re at the DX3 conference in Toronto on March 6–7, do visit Store Crossing’s startup booth. We’re looking to make great connections. 🙌🏽


February updates was originally published in Store Crossing on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.