Win a pop-up shop space on London’s Oxford Street

We've teamed up with Sage to bring you the chance to win a pop-shop space on Oxford Street. Read on to find out how to enter

UPDATE: This competition closes at midnight on Sunday May 21, 2023. Get your entries in now for your chance to win a pop-up shop on Oxford Street!

Small Business and Sage are partnering up to give three small business owners a temporary pop-up shop on Oxford Street, London.  

Why should I enter the pop-up shop competition?

Well, here are four reasons:

Grow your brand

Take advantage of the footfall on Oxford Street while getting press coverage for your business.

Showcase your business

Invite investors and other persons of interest to see your pop-up shop in action. Your shop will also have a downstairs space that will be running events during the period of the pop-up.

Market test your product or service

This is a unique opportunity to sell or demo your product/service to a large number of consumers – with the chance to receive feedback.

Create leads for your business

Generate leads that can continue beyond the pop-up shop.

What do I win?

  • A four-day takeover of a pop-up shop in Oxford Street, London
  • £250 to spend on stock, marketing and promotion
  • Support with the set-up
  • Promotion across the Small Business website, in email newsletters and in several social media posts to drive awareness and encourage consumers to support the campaign
  • Interview to be featured on Small Business with each winner
  • Sage Accounting six-month free trial  

Am I eligible?

You must be a small business that has been trading for less than five years.

How do I enter?

Complete the competition form on this page by midnight on May 21, 2023. It’s completely free to enter.

The judges

Entries will be reviewed by our judging panel:

Toks Aruture  
Founder and CEO of the Baby Cot Shop

Ryan Panchoo
Owner of Borough 22

Liz Barclay  
Small Business Commissioner and Broadcaster

Kirsty Waller  
Vice President of UKI Performance Marketing for Sage

UK’s Small Business Commissioner, Liz Barclay, said: “Small businesses from all sectors are crucial to their communities, wider society and the UK economy. Competitions like this help increase the understanding of just how significant small businesses are in terms of ideas, innovation, creativity and jobs. As a judge I want to see the story of that creativity unfolding and learn about the impact beyond the shop itself”.

Find more information about the competition here

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Anna Jordan

Anna is Senior Reporter, covering topics affecting SMEs such as grant funding, managing employees and the day-to-day running of a business.

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