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According to a recent study commissioned by centre:mk, one of the UK’s top 10 shopping centres, almost a quarter of adults plan to buy a present for themselves as many feel that they simply deserve a treat this year; while 29 per cent are not expecting many gifts from others after an extraordinary year.
According to a recent study commissioned by centre:mk, one of the UK’s top 10 shopping centres, 49 per cent of adults now own more ‘relaxed’ clothes than ever before. The poll of 2000 adults revealed that Britain has become a nation of fashionable ‘loungers’ due to people now living a flexi-lifestyle.
A 2019 review and how Black Friday has become the most important annual shopping event. All that, and more, can be found in GfK’s study on key European retail indicators.
Deloitte’s latest “Global Powers of Retailing 2019” study has listed the 250 top-selling retail companies for the 22nd time.
GfK has carried out a comprehensive analysis of the European retail scene in 32 European countries. The study examines purchasing power, the retail share of the population's total expenditures, inflation, sales area productivity as well as changes in retail due to eCommerce, as well as a turnover prognoses for 2015. The study will appear in the forthcoming edition of ACROSS Magazine, which will be published in June.
“We remember the impact food trucks have had. Those ideas can be developed further.” | By Chris Igwe
The best shopping centers must be underpinned by a technology platform powered by high density, connected technology infrastructure, technology services and real-time, actionable shopper data, delivering a highly personalized experience for how shoppers want to engage with the destination. It must be an online to offline to online journey and it should be continuous not just at a few key times a year.
“Several shopping centers have already established second-hand item exchange days for their shoppers. Malls are perfect locations for such activities, and the opportunities go beyond leasing floor space to second-hand stores.”
umdasch has developed an innovative “Liquid Dispenser” refilling system for Ecover for British supermarket chain Sainsbury’s.
HB Reavis project New Nivy City in Bratislava has been awarded the BREEAM ‘excellent’ Communities certification.
“Covid-19 is the biggest challenge of our time and it affects the retail sector as well as the retail real estate market. With the study Footfall Anchors Post Corona–5 Propositions for the New Future of Retail, we discuss the current situation for retailers, investors, project developers, and municipalities on a broad scale. In collaboration with renowned experts we discuss the new future of retail, the real estate industry, and subsegments of the retail real estate sector. The result is a comprehensive documentation of the status quo regarding the situation of retail asset class.” - Angelus Bernreuther, Head of Investor Relationship Management at Kaufland Germany.
London Designer Outlet (LDO) at Wembley Park is launching a new online service, The LDO Edit, bridging the gap between the superior service and experience of physical shopping and the ease of shopping online.
This month sees the tenth anniversary of the completion of SouthGate Bath, the award-winning and thriving mixed-use development owned by Aviva and British Land within the Bath Conservation Area and World Heritage Site.
DIC Asset AG, one of Germany's leading listed property companies, announced that an agreement with its tenant Galeria Kaufhof GmbH had been reached regarding the prolongation of existing tenancies of its Chemnitz and Leverkusen assets on July 3, 2020.
Traffic and vacancy rates are the main indicators of success and attractiveness of shopping malls in Ukraine, which transparently demonstrate the dynamics of growth and effectiveness of cooperation with the main target audiences: tenants and buyers.
“The economic model of the outlet store is ideal in this period of uncertainty, as it is based on balanced and virtuous relations between brand retailers and property companies, by indexing income to results achieved by the points of sale.”
Business closures and rent losses in the coronavirus crisis have made banks even more cautious about retail properties and shopping centers. In the case of refinancing, portfolio holders have to calculate with higher interest rates and additional equity.
Malls in Switzerland are currently losing 39 million Swiss francs in revenue per day.
Active solidarity as close as possible to vulnerable populations.
Eurocommercial is very appreciative of the impact of these unprecedented measures on its tenants and expects to grant temporary support to a number of them.