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People are key to the success of a retail company. However, in order to ensure operational excellence, new approaches to employer branding are needed in the retail sector. The shortage of skilled workers has been a topic of discussion for some time. The effects of the pandemic have exacerbated the situation in many industries.

Societies have changed, retail has changed, and so must architecture and the real estate industry. “Le 31” has become a model for Redevco’s vision on how to redefine retail and create a connected community of stores, partners, and visitors.

The pandemic might be a topic causing fatigue for some, but the fluctuations and changes in the market are exciting to experience and full of positive developments. How have we survived this ever-changing world? What has changed, what can we learn? Let’s look at the fast and exciting flow of 2021 in this overview of the Turkish retail real estate market.

Over the past ten years, the food retail sector has recorded sales growth of well over 35 percent, and last year’s figures for 2020 confirm the steady growth with annual sales of around €190 billion.

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.

Retail parks have been the best performing and most resilient retail format in Belgium prior to and throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, resulting in a slight compression in yields by 25bps since the beginning of the year according to new research by CBRE commissioned by Mitiska REIM.

A strong year for leasing activities in 2020 and a successful start to the year with new business in 2021 have been reported by Commerz Real, the asset manager for real asset investments in the Commerzbank Group.

The new, close relationship with customers. These are the strategies that retailers and operators apply to prepare for life after the crisis.

VIA Outlets – Europe’s fastest growing owner-operator of premium fashion outlet destinations – has, as of today, with Freeport Lisboa Fashion Outlet being the last one in line, reopened all closed and semi-closed centres in its eleven-strong portfolio. While the company was advised to temporarily close the majority of its outlets by local authorities in March and April in the wake of Covid-19, three were able to remain open throughout.

Lifestyle Outlets, part of Peel L&P, has reported another year of strong results, with growing footfall and sales figures bucking the national retail trend across its two operational centres in Manchester and Gloucester, despite market uncertainty surrounding Brexit and a late General Election.

Neinver – a leading investor, developer and operator in the European outlet centre industry and the largest operator in Spain and Poland – has announced that sales across its outlet portfolio grew to €487M during the first half of the year, an 8% increase compared to the same period in 2018. The number of visitors to the 16-outlet-centre portfolio also rose by 3% to 21 million.

Union Investment’s new “Global Retail Attractiveness Index“ (GRAI), which analyzes the environments for retail investments in 17 countries around the world, recently showed that Poland is one of the most dynamic European markets. The latest data confirms this assessment.

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