Online shop owners may use SF startup to gain physical presence

San Francisco-based startup Storefront is looking to provide a platform that allows brokers and property owners to list their retail space, connecting them with brands or small retailers who are looking for short-term rentals anywhere from three days to three months. Since launching in September 2012, Storefront has seen more than one million square feet of space listed and hundreds of request from brands.

Storefront will look to expand its reach to other major cities in the U.S sometime this year, and will aim to play a key part in helping brands cut through the online clutter by having a short-term physical presence, something that may or may not become a staple in their marketing efforts to gain exposure.

 

Read the entire article on Betakit.com.

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