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Consumers have the technological freedom to shop whenever and wherever they want, and brands are expected to work much harder than ever before to maintain their loyalty.

Why should customers visit stores in which they know exactly what to expect? In order to captivate their guests, stationary stores need a network of creative ideas, event plans, a talent for creating narratives, and a considerable amount of boldness. Therefore, some old dogmas have to be thrown overboard.

ACROSS-partner urbanOvation organized a series of discussions exploring trends driving the future of the built environment. The second part will take place 19 October 2022 17:00 – 18:30 (CEST) via Zoom. Register now and get a free spot.

The Retail Village brings new up-and-coming concepts, digital marketplaces, quick-delivery specialists, and DNVB together. This focus on new retail brands and concepts from around the world will be introduced at this year’s show.

La Torre Outlet Zaragoza’s brand portfolio continues to grow with the recent openings of fashion brands Jack & Jones and Double Agent as well as perfumery Primor. The food court of La Torre Outlet Zaragoza grows with the arrival of Kentucky Fried Chicken and the reopening of the extended Sushidom restaurant.

In order to become the “center of the community”, retail spaces have to offer public services that people want and need, as well as opportunities for people to come together and build community. That entails, among other things, rethinking the tenant mix to generate footfall as well as creating more events and activities that attract people.

In view of the war events in Ukraine with incomprehensible suffering for the civilian population, the retail alliance “Leben gehört ins Zentrum” (“Life belongs in the center”) together with the German Council of Shopping Places have launched a broad Ukraine donation campaign. The donations will be used for medical supplies. The campaign is launched in cooperation with the University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the message to the UK has been to shop local and support your community during the incredibly difficult period that we all faced. Even as town and city centers began to open up again, independent retailers have maintained their position in the spotlight of the retail industry, be it bricks and mortar or online.

The international retail property market event will gather 3,000+ retail, property, food & leisure leaders from over 40 countries at the on-site event in the Palais des Festivals from November 30 to December 2, 2021.

“Looking at the digital transition, ECSP members are certain that the future is omni-channel.”

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.

Although empty shop windows have always been part of running a shopping center, there are more around than most center managers might like. The good news is that they are opportunities to create bite-sized experiences that support the trend towards “shoppertainment”.

“In our survey, many of our visitors told us that they would like to continue to see features that minimize the spread of infections, such as touch-free shopping, and that will be at the forefront of our minds as we upgrade our centers and embark on new projects.”

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