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  • 1. Community-Retail-Incubator Involvement Engagement Incentive Anything is Possible Chris Mostert Tel: 082-465-1328 356 Jan Smuts Ave Craighall Johannesburg
  • 2. Change  Think as a collective  Interact with the group  Its the old JFK saying  Make profit by building base
  • 3. Singapore Export Mindset Food Courts Share Space Drinks sold in plastic bags Fast food and local food share
  • 4. China Manufacture Massive Wholesale buildings Each town market Each market supply retailer No Branded product Brand is because Nike did the work
  • 5. Christchurch City Re:START village project being setup in the Cashel Mall. Businesses moving into the City Mall precinct include a mix of old tenants, big brands and pre-quake central city stalwarts. Kathmandu will be the main anchor of the northern precinct, with fashion shops – including Trelise Cooper and Maher Shoes – clustered around the Crafted Coffee cafe. Project architect Anton Tritt, of the Buchan Group, said shipping containers had been chosen for the precinct because they were strong. They could also be reused at a new site if landowners decided to put up more permanent buildings. Because of an agreement with the landowners, new tenants were given leases of only six months, with the entire shopping precinct scheduled to be dismantled after Easter next year. However, some organisers expressed hope that, if successful, the containers could remain for years.
  • 6. Earthquake
  • 7. BOXPARK Shoreditch is a pop-up Mall based in the heart of East London opened in 2011 for the next four years. BOXPARK is constructed of stripped, and refitted shipping containers, creating unique, low cost, low risk pop-up stores. Filled with a mix of fashion and lifestyle brands, galleries, cafés and resaurants – BOXPARK places local and global brands side-by- side, creating a unique shopping and dining destination. BOXPARK is not some run-of-the-mall shopping centre. It’s a living, fertile community of brands packed with talent, innovation and attitude that puts creativity and fashion back where they belong: on the street.
  • 8. Dekalb Market is a new community destination in Downtown Brooklyn. Dekalb Market, is housed in a collection of salvaged shipping containers, that bring together Brooklyn’s creative entrepreneurs in a community setting that include an incubator farm, events and performance venue, and a collection of eateries and work-sell spaces.
  • 9. Chris Mostert Tel: 082-465-1328 356 Jan Smuts Ave Craighall Johannesburg
  • 10. Attitude vs Outlook
  • 11. The Edutainer is an ‘instant classroom’ made from a 12 meter (40 foot) shipping container, ideal for pre-school classrooms, taking up to 25 children. The Edutainer is an innovative and practical way to address the problem of scarce, inferior early childhood education in South Africa. The conversion process (which you can read more about in the article below), ensures that the Edutainer is fitted with windows and doors, insulated, electrified, furnished, and then delivered to a community and installed on prepared concrete foundations. The Edutainer is plentifully stocked with carefully selected books, teaching aids, and educational toys. Edutainers are usually used as pre- schools for five to six year olds in impoverished areas where there are no existing preschool facilities or those that are available are substandard at best, to provide and safe and productive learning environment
  • 12. Faodien Ben - Bicycle Empowerment Network, SA Faodien is the owner of Imfundo Cycle shop in Lavender Hill. This business began as a "bicycle empowerment center" (or "BEC"), established by Bicycle Empowerment Network (BEN). A BEC is a "bike shop in a box"", comprising a donated 40' shipping container and the 450 or so used bikes--and spare parts and tools--which come within it. BECs provide a valuable service in remote areas of Namibia and South Africa. They bring employment and capital to these depressed areas. They also give back to the communities in many ways