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Europe's food retailers are being put to the test by the eco- nomic consequences of the natural disaster Covid-19. This is a very special kind of weather situation. While non-food retailers and the food service industry are in sheer despair in the face of the calm caused by government-imposed lockdowns, the "system-relevant" food retail sector has been confronted with a veritable storm tide since the sec- ond quarter of 2020.
“We know that flexibility, and therefore, shorter leases are very much what tenants are looking for today.”
A look at Australia: A “Hospitality Mindset” to drive sales and deliver positive experiences in spite of Covid-19.
Despite the coronavirus crisis, this is one brand more than 2019, according to a market survey by Cushman & Wakefield.
Dune London, one of Europe’s most recognisable footwear brands, has announced its intention to open a new store in Northern Ireland’s prime retail site – its first outlet store in Northern Ireland.
The lead directors of the UK foodservice consultancy arm of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) have taken over its management and operation under a mutual agreement that has seen it launched as a new independent enterprise.
The new, close relationship with customers. These are the strategies that retailers and operators apply to prepare for life after the crisis.
The opening of the largest inner city regeneration project in Rotterdam in recent years, FORUM Rotterdam, took place on 24 September 2020, with a small gathering and in full compliance with the current COVID-19 guidelines. The opening event of this mixed-use project took place in the theatre of Donner bookshop, in the presence of Alderman Bas Kurvers of the Municipality of Rotterdam, developer Multi Netherlands, and the investors Deka Immobilien GmbH, Primark Netherlands B.V., Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance and a.s.r. real estate.
The online event was dedicated to the Covid-19-related question: European Outlets–back to normal? A large and prominent expert audience followed the discussion.
Plans have been unveiled ahead of the reopening of London Designer Outlet, the capital’s leading fashion and lifestyle outlet centre, and wider retail at Wembley Park, one of the largest and most all-embracing urban development’s currently underway in Europe. Retail will start to open from Monday 15 June, in keeping with the Government’s lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Restaurants and Cinema will follow Government advice and plan to open as soon as possible.
The Covid-19 pandemic will cause lasting change in the way that we live, work, play, and particularly in the way we shop.
Considering the economic impact the Coronavirus has brought along in its midst, Geoblink, the Location Management platform powering the new retail, has decided to help the sector by launching an open portal today for professionals of the retail ecosystem to consult and monitor the impact COVID-19 is having on different territories and industries through the use of population movement and consumption data across the United Kingdom.
As every year, innovative developments are due to be presented in Cannes – many of which will feature a retail or placemaking component.
Dubai International (DXB), the world’s busiest international airport with some 87m passengers travelling through each year, is now home to an exciting 170m2 Food Village by HMSHost International – a welcome addition for the many travellers.
The portfolio of 16 outlet centres in Europe welcomed over 45 million visitors.
ICON Outlet at The O2 has reported bumper Christmas trading with like-for-like sales growing by 39% during the holiday period from 23 December – 5 January, benefiting from a 34% increase in destination footfall to The O2 (excluding customers to The O2 arena).
The 67,000 sq m next generation retail centre will have a focus on place, experience and convenience.
Location marketing becomes increasingly important. This is the way to sustainably boost a shopping center’s frequency and revenue.
AEG and Crosstree Real Estate Partners have announced the international debut of Australian F&B brand Butcher and the Farmer at The O2, signing a farm-to-table concept focused on shared dining.
The Broodzaak locations at the Amersfoort, Haarlem and Leiden train stations will be the first to be converted to the new brand at the end of May. In about one and a half years, all Broodzaak stores will have been replaced by TRECK. Alongside an expanded variety in the F&B assortment, guests of TRECK can continue on t heir journey faster thanks to the addition of self-scan checkouts. Current employees of Broodzaak will continue to work for the new brand, with intensive training during the transition.