By  on October 11, 2018

LOS ANGELES — Shopify has entered the world of physical real estate with a new work space aimed at becoming a hub for local business owners looking to network and learn about the commerce platform’s services.

The 3,000-square-foot door is located in downtown Los Angeles at the mixed-use project Row DTLA and employs 20 full-time staff. QR code labels are affixed to Shopify merchants’ pieces of furniture and home decor within the space that, if scanned, can be purchased online. The door will play host to workshops (such as product photography), demos for Shopify and other companies’ products and one-on-one consultations for the L.A. market, of which there are more than 10,000 businesses using Shopify. Of that 10,000, Shopify said 400 of those have sales in excess of $1 million.

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