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The ACROSS Advisory Board has its say. On February 25, the ACROSS Retail Talk on "Outlook 2021" took place. 16 members of the ACROSS Advisory Board discussed the expectations and perspectives of the placemaking industry in an exciting year. A large, prominent expert audience followed the online event.
Enhanced gastronomy offers were considered essential components to make retail properties more attractive. Then corona came and altered the framework conditions substantially.
Restaurants & Gastronomy – has this former rising star turned into a fallen angel for the real estate industry?
What is essential or at least somehow useful in this regard, and what is useless? The critical online-discussion between providers and users took place just recently. A vast number of prominent industry experts followed this discussion.
PropTech in (Retail)Real Estate: What is essential or at least somehow useful, and what is useless? A critical discussion between providers and users.
The remote-event already took place for the third time. Six top-class panelists tried to predict how the Covid-19 crise will change the industry. A big and prominent expert-audience followed the discussion.
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.
European Outlets – back to normal? European outlet experts on the current situation and how they see and manage the future!
Five points emerged at this event that focused on the problems of lease payments in connection with Covid-19. A large and very prominent expert audience followed this online discussion closely.
The first two panels last year were very successful. There are four “ACROSS Retail Talks” planned for this year. The first one will be with Marcus Wild on May 27 in Vienna.
The theme in Cannes on November 12, 2019 was “There is life in the old dog yet… Why retail will continue to play an important role in our future lives.”
Every year, the industry comes together at Mapic in Cannes around this time, and the ACROSS Retail Talks joined them this year as well.
Following the easing of government restrictions, Capital & Regional will be allowing all retailers who had previously been prevented from trading to reopen from 15th June across its portfolio of seven UK community shopping centres, with the exception of leisure and dining facilities which, unless solely operating a takeaway or delivery service, will remain closed until the restrictions are eased further.
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.
Landsec has signed deals with 25 brands totaling 139,900 sq ft across its retail destinations. From September 2019, retailers joining Landsec schemes include Decathlon, Zara and Radley.
Due to the industry’s serious changes we decided to substantially expand the scope of our reporting: more retail, more leisure, more gastronomy, and more mixed-use.
With the much-anticipated reopening of non-essential shops finally here, businesses will be welcoming locals back into their stores. For one street in Poole, the 2021 easing of lockdown is particularly exciting: Poole’s Kingland Crescent has been completely revamped as part of LGIM Real Assets strategy to re-invent and re-position their retail places.
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.
Industry leaders told us about the sales impact Corona had on their business in 2020. They also explain what fundamental changes in location, sales, and marketing strategy they are planning for 2021/2022 in response to the widespread economic impact of the pandemic.