Longmartin Properties Ltd has announced that Libre London, the online retailer specialising in women’s fashion and vegan beauty, has opened its debut pop-up at The Yards, Covent Garden, highlighting the destination’s appeal in securing a first-time brand for bricks-and-mortar space.
The executive board elections for the Austrian Council of Shopping Places (ACSP) took place on April 26. Christoph Andexlinger, CEO of SES, was unanimously reelected as chairman for two additional years.
E-Commerce does not run over shopping centers because they offer much more than a shared space where people purchase different products. To enhance the appeal of traditional shopping mall experiences, especially to Gen Z customers, enriching these “add-ons” is crucial. A new generation and metaverse-based loyalty programs can be a big part of this. Ahmet Usta, ELYT.net Co-Founder, explains what Metaverse business cases make sense for the placemaking industry.
An analysis by RegioData of major European cities in terms of shopping center density yields significantly different results than the evaluations at the country level. While the highest density levels are achieved in the Scandinavian countries, the capitals in Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CEE/SEE) are ahead in the evaluation by city.
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