CASE STUDY: Ishvari by Renu Modha move from concession retail to mid-mall retail at Westfield London with Rock Up and Pop Up


  • Ishvari by Renu Modha is a Lancashire-based accessories retailer that designs and produces a range of textiles including scarves, bags and gloves
  • The retailer has previously held a concession within John Lewis and currently operates from their showroom within Heskin Hall Shopping Village, Chorley


  • Trial pop-up shops within top UK shopping centres
  • Establish a longer-term retail presence by moving from concession retail to mid-mall pop-up retail


  • Work with SpaceandPeople to trial retailing in mid-mall location – initially in The Trafford Centre and subsequently Westfield London


  • Ishvari by Renu Modha have now been operating successfully within Westfield London since October 2023
  • Consistent sales results within Westfield London, averaging £14,000 monthly in 2023
  • Busy festive period 2023 with an 18% increase in sales from Nov-Dec 2023
  • Increase in website visitors and sales following the launch of Westfield London pop-up

After trying out concession retail, we knew pop-up retailing was the way forward for our business. We worked with SpaceandPeople’s Rock Up and Pop Up team to design our pop-up shop and launch in The Trafford Centre, then Westfield London in 2023. The flexibility of the service has enabled us to continue our pop-up at Westfield London in 2024. We’ve had great feedback from our repeat customers who love how unique our products are and are really pleased that we will be at the centre for longer.

 –  Renu, Ishvari by Renu Modha

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