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"Hammerson partners with NexusEngage on interactive pop-ups" (This may be about empty shops)

"NexusEngage is actively working with the top landlords in the UK and Ireland [and Hammerson] giving us unrivalled access to the 46,000 empty store windows that exist in the UK today, be that shopping centre, or high street. See our location map for sample details of a few of our sites, to help you decide where to engage next with your consumer."

"Hammerson and NexusEngage have developed an exclusive partnership, to deliver digital pop-up windows across Hammerson's portfolio of UK shopping centres.

The partnership allows NexusEngage to offer consumer brands cutting edge, digital pop-up windows within Hammerson's 11 UK centres including Brent Cross in London and Bullring in Birmingham, which in total attract some 200 million visitors each year.

The pop-up windows have been designed to activate retail units by using touch screens, twitter walls, holographic windows or virtual assistants. NexusEngage has already worked with Hammerson on trial pop-up windows at WestQuay, Union Square, Bullring and The Oracle shopping centres, turning short-term vacant units [sic] into an interactive experience for shoppers.

Working closely with Hammerson, the company will be able to help brands engage with potential customers to drive sales and increase consumer awareness. Brands such as Nokia, Monster Products, Lenovo and Sky's NowTV have achieved uplifts in retail sales using NexusEngage's short-term pop-up digital concept.

Sarah Fox, Head of Specialty Leasing at Hammerson, commented:
"Hammerson is focused on supporting consumer loyalty and providing the best retail experience possible. Working with NexusEngage will strengthen our overall retail mix and provide a point of difference. Compelling technology, competitions and interactive windows makes it a fun experience for shoppers, and also supports sales uplifts for our retailers."
Simon Ellson, CEO at NexusEngage, commented:
"Working in partnership with Hammerson allows us to offer brands an experience in award-winning, well-managed and convenient locations across the country. Consumer shopping habits have changed and NexusEngage is combining traditional shopping habits with new interactive ones allowing us to meet our goal of supporting purchasing on the high street, but in a way that will interest and engage with consumers."
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