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Meet Cubert: The Mobile Pop-up Kitchen & Retail Space


Plan the ultimate event — or showcase your brand — in the most unexpected places. From crate to create, open up to the possibilities.

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Meet Cubert: The Mobile Pop-up Kitchen & Retail Space


Plan the ultimate event — or showcase your brand — in the most unexpected places. From crate to create, open up to the possibilities.

inquire about Cubert

A Cubert to suit all of your needs.

Venues

Ideal for venues that want to activate temporary spaces with style and ease, Cubert’s lightweight, modular design adapts to suit any environment. 

Brands

Cubert draws people in with its eye-catching design, sparking connection and curiosity while allowing your brand to take center stage.

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The Instant Hub for Humans


The Instant Hub for Humans


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Versatile. Sustainable. Nearly Indestructible.

Easier to transport than a shipping container and less fussy than a tent, Cubert invites the outdoor community inwards with its iconic industrial-artisan design.

Cubert gives you the flexibility to create unique mobile experiences in the most unexpected places, setting the stage for limitless possibilities.

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Any way. Anywhere. Everywhere.


Any way. Anywhere. Everywhere.



T-minus 60 minutes until event time. Just call Cubert.

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1. Cubert arrives on a standard flatbed truck.

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2. Cubert gets forklifted off the truck and assumes position

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3. Cubert folds out, flips up and flies open.

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4. Cubert hangs out with other Cuberts to create an unlimited amount of space.

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5. Cubert gets set up with accessories that meet your event's needs.

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6. Cubert is ready to party.


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As featured in the New York Times

"Jon Feldman, Stumptown’s vice president in charge of wholesale accounts, sees potential for growth at sites where specialty coffee couldn’t go before. “It’s hard to do what we do from any old place: power and water requirements, space constraints,” he said. “With Cubert you can open a small coffee outlet in the middle of a field,” for, say, a music festival."

Read the article

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