Posted: Tue 27th Aug 2019
After a successful first two weeks of trading, new small businesses have moved in to the Clicks and Mortar pop-up shop in Edinburgh.
Three of the brilliant sellers from the first fortnight are staying on and joined by five new companies. You can find out more below and meet them in person at Waverley Mall until 8 September.
Supported by Amazon, Square and Direct Line for Business, Clicks and Mortar is opening pop-up stores across the UK to give customers the opportunity to discover and buy directly from small businesses.
The next shop opens in Sheffield on 27 September. Apply here to sell your products in the store.
Ceinwen Campbell, The Arty Penguin
British made stationery and homeware. In the shop from 26 August - 8 September.
Zeno Kerr, ili Laptop Stand
Great posture by design. In the shop from 26 August - 8 September.
Lauren Jamieson, The Colourful Edit
Jewellery company editing life with a splash of colour! In the shop from 2 September - 8 September.
Karen Riddick, Second Nature
Ethically sourced soft furnishings and homewares. In the shop from 26 August - 8 September.
Ellie Richie, Okay Cokey
Contemporary geometric sterling silver jewellery and abstract fluid artwork. In the shop from 26 August - 8 September.
Joelle Kirkpatrick, Wee Blue Coo
Contemporary yet affordable art prints and greetings cards, which are all manufactured in the company's Leith based cowshed. In the shop from 26 August - 8 September.
Paula Saunders, Travellor Counsellors
Passionate about fulfilling personalised travel needs. In the shop from 2 - 8 September.
Karis and Aayush Goyal, Social Stories Club
Socially conscious gift boxes where every product inside has a unique story of social change. Through one gift box, you can support 10 social causes. In the shop from 26 August - 1 September.