Virtual Stores with QR Codes enable you to sell anywhere, anytime! Here you can see an overview of best practices and examples of QR Code stores.
A big step for Jumbo and a Jumbo step for Virtual Shopping in The Netherlands! One of the biggest supermarket chains in Holland have just taken over one of the busiest bus stop in the center of Utrecht with a virtual store. The virtual store accompanies the launch of the new Jumbo app which has been released a couple of weeks before. […]
Along with the rise of smartphones, pop-up stores are getting more common each day. After Tesco started their QR Code store in 2009, many successful examples followed soon. Although market acceptance for smartphone and mobile internet access differs from country to country. Check out our compilation of the greatest 2012 mobile pop up stores from around the world. Let us know if you have an other best practice or great example and we’ll add it to our ever-growing list. […]
You’ve finally decided to start a virtual store with QR Codes! But where do you begin and how do you make sure your virtual store suits the needs of your customers? Providing your target audience with a QR Code virtual store can boost your sales throughout all channels. By bringing your store to the customer, you can create ultimate shopping convenience. This article describes how to create succesful cross-channel mobile shops with QR Codes and how to avoid common pitfalls. […]
In 2012 more than 300 pop-up QR Code stores were created all around the world. For 2013, already more than 2000 have been announced, so it seems like QR Code shopping is here to stay. Read up on the best pop-up scan & buy stores that were created in 2012. Also check out our previous popular blog post: Top 10 QR Code Store Examples. Will you be the first one to start your own popup QR Code store in your area? Get inspired and start selling your products using QR Codes! […]
In the last couple of months, QR Code Virtual Stores have been popping up all around the world. After the launch of Tesco (Homeplus) Virtual Store in South Korea in 2009, the number of virtual stores is increasing rapidly. We have gathered a number of inspiring examples of QR Code stores from the US, Europe, Asia, UK, Canada, Hungary, Netherlands, Germany, South Korea and Sweden. What’s your favorite? Have you already seen a store in your own area? Or are you the first one to start your own QR Code Virtual Store? […]
Can you enter a saturated FCMG market without expanding physical stores and quickly obtain a large market share? This challenge was formulated by Tesco in 2009, when they decided to enter the South Korean market with the Home plus formula. South Korea has a unique culture and with Tesco’s drive to localize their stores, the retailer had to come up with a brilliant idea; combine the tech-orientation of the population and their work ethic to offer an innovative QR Code service. […]
Most Virtual Stores with QR Codes can be found in public places, like subway stations, malls and bus stops. But it doesn’t have to stop there.. the possibilities of QR Code virtual store placement are endless and there are some creative ways to let the store come to your customer! In this article we showcase how you can use QR Codes (or barcodes) to innovate your relationship with the customer. And the best news is; you can incorporate QR Codes into your current marketing strategy. […]