Businesses can setup online microsites for sales to events, teams, clubs, schools, companies or organizations. Microsites are also referred to as team stores, popup stores, brand stores, club shops, corporate stores or temporary stores. In this online guide, we will mostly be referring to the concept of Team Stores.
A team store can be as simple as a listing page of products or can include multiple content pages with text, video and graphics. A team store can run on any domain name, including your existing domain name, a subdomain name or an external domain name. Team stores can be standalone sites (separate from your online store), or can be part of your online store.
Team stores have unique functionality like password protection, open and close dates, special reporting features and communication panels.
Team stores can act as a dedicated online shop when selling to organizations, brands, teams and groups. You can post a team's unique design, with special pricing and discounts, and allow members of that team to access the store. Once a team store has been setup, members of a team can make purchases, and have the option of different payment methods as an individual or as a group.
Enter a Title for your team store:
Enter an Introduction Text:
Enter a Slug:
Important: if the slug is not unique (i.e. it has already been used elsewhere) the product page will not be visible (product/collection/package/groupstore)
Select your Privacy Setting
Select your Integration Setting
Copy a team store
You can drag-and-drop an image (or upload from your computer) to a team store to update the logo and banner/cover.
You can add a personalization option to a team store. Personalization options will be applied to products that have personalization enabled. To enable personalization on a product level, visit the Product tab. A personalization option can for example be a name or a number. A surcharge can be added to a personalization option.
You can assign products to a team store. Before you assign a product to a team store, you must first create a product.
You can assign collections to a team store to make it easier for customers to find your products. Before you can assign a collection, you must first create a collection.
You can assign product packages to a group/team store. Before you can assign a product package, you must first create a product package.
Team store customers will use this information to know whom to contact in case of questions. For each team store a dedicated contact person is required. This can be a representative of a team, school or a organization
You can set a Password for your team store. Customer that want to login, will have to enter a password first.
You can set the branding by defining the color of the header. This will overwrite the default store header color. Color must be defined in HEX.
You can set the open/close dates for your store. A customer can browse a store that is closed, but you cannot checkout.
Larger teams may require their members to select either an activity or a division for easy reporting and logistics later on. For example, a sports club may offer different sports and may have clubs in different cities. When their members place an order it is important that they select the correct activity and division so that the products can be easily distributed and delivered later on.
You can set the shipping settings for a team store. This will overwrite the general shipping settings of the BRIKL main online shop.
You can generate a link, set its validity (from/until) and share with team leaders. Team leaders can see limited store information on who has placed an order and how much has been ordered in total.