A regularly overlooked and yet truly fantastic part of Brighton for shopping, eating or just hanging out; is the long standing and recently rebuilt Open Market, in the bohemian London Road district. Until now this eclectic selection of local businesses was only visible if you actually visited the market come shopping centre in person. You can now take a virtual tour of the whole market using Google’s Street View.
Working with the new and dynamic management team at the market; who have an eye for a good marketing opportunity and understanding of how people like to use the web to explore an area before they take a trip there. White Rabbit has created a virtual tour of the entire market. Encompassing both the London Road and The Level entrances, the main market traders area, the upstairs studios and a few of the unique shops within.
Take a virtual trip inside Brighton’s Open Market
London Road Entrance
The Level Entrance
Brighton Virtual Tours
White Rabbit has been offering local folk the chance to have a 360 degree photo of their business interior added to Google Street View. Follow this link to see some of the other local businesses that have capitalised on this marketing opportunity; read more and get your own Virtual Tour.
“When searching for businesses, consumers use mapping products 44% of the time” Ipsos
Venues in Brighton & Hove have been keen to be part of this project. Many now have their very own Google Street View photo or virtual tour. Yellowave Beach Sports, Amici Hove, The Warren, Cheese Hut, Hove Plinth, Art of Treason, Flying Saucer and Veeno Wine Café to name a few.
It was an early start to catch the market before it filled with punters. Seeing most of the market traders setting up their stalls with interesting and enticing wares. Blessed with a sunny day made the whole experience a delight to be a part of.
Best wishes and good luck to the new team at Brighton Open Market!
Founder and strategic mind behind White Rabbit. Focused on clients with a creative and ethical business model. Digital philanthropist giving time to support community groups, project and organisations; that revolve around wildlife conservation and heritage crafts.