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Entrepreneurs enter into a concession agreement with the City of Bothell, are required to a City of Bothell business license, and insurance.
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Pop Shops On Main nurtures new small business owners by removing barriers to starting a small business and providing technical resources.
Participants in Pop Shops On Main are provided a 8’ x 10’ retail space that includes utilities, heat, a portable AC unit, and garbage service.
No. A portable restroom is located on site.
Entrepreneurs are required to pay 10% of their monthly revenue, keep regular shop hours, provide their own signage, and attend monthly roundtable sessions with the Small Business Development Center to discuss what it takes to run a small business.
The City of Bothell has partnered with the Washington Small Business Development Center to provide technical assistance like learning how to write a business plan, creating a marketing plan, or understanding the financial needs of your business are examples of the SBDC’s technical expertise. More information can be found here.
No but entrepreneurs are required to pay 10% of their monthly revenue,
Pop Shops are required to maintain regular business hours: Thursday – Saturday, noon – 6 p.m. and Sunday, noon – 5 p.m.