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Deloitte’s latest “Global Powers of Retailing 2019” study has listed the 250 top-selling retail companies for the 22nd time.
The processes of change in German retail are at the heart of the new edition of "Focus on the Tenant 2017/2018 - Re-imagining commercial properties".
During the 15th International ECE Retail Meeting in Hamburg, the Retailer of the Year was honored with the “Retailer Award 2017” on July 12, 2017. ECE's latest study “Secrets of Shopping”, which reveals comprehensive insight into the shopping missions of customers, was also presented at the Retail Meeting for the first 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.
The Nordic Council of Shopping Centers (NCSC) is organizing a two-day study tour of Berlin – one of Europe’s trendiest cities, bursting with creativity and experiences for all senses.
£1 billion of development projects set to transform Swansea city centre.
Anticipating the needs and expectations of customers.
In Western Europe, where retail park development has reached maturity, new schemes have to be innovative and compelling. In Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), the market is relatively undersupplied, providing scope for increased levels of development activity. These are the findings of a recent study conducted by Cushman & Wakefield.
Retail parks were long considered a necessary evil. However, their image changed drastically as they defy online retail due to their function as local suppliers. They now have the full support of customers, tenants, and investors.
This is one of the main findings of the research carried out in Poland by Neinver together with the Polish research firm IQS.
John Riordan, Managing Director of MK Illumination Ireland, reports how the right lighting and décor has helped Mahon Point Shopping Center in Cork (Ireland) create a festive atmosphere since 2008.
GfK study on key retail indicators: 2018 review and 2019 forecast
The Catalan capital is always worth a visit – especially on April 10 and April 11, 2019. On these two days, the ICSC welcomed its guests at the European Conference & Exhibition. The event’s motto was “Space, Place and the Future of Retail.”
Residential buildings and hotels emerge on shopping centers. Areas of supermarkets are being used for this as well, as the retail real estate industry discovers the benefits of urban densification.
A connected, future-ready, liveable urban core – that’s the vision for the city of Wolfsburg’s Nordkopf district. The development project is now picking up speed. The plans for the inner city areas to the south and the west of the Wolfsburg train station will be designed by the SIGNA Group, which has been signed as an investor and a project developer for the entire area. The Austrian SIGNA Group and Wolfsburg AG are concluding a project development agreement for this purpose. The next step for the project partners will be to develop an overall concept to be put to the Wolfsburg City Council and all other involved parties for approval.
When Sweden’s award-winning Väla Centrum devised a year-long campaign to boost the center’s visibility, media engagement and footfall, MK Illumination was on hand to add light to their “Year of Love”
When Europe’s largest shopping center, Westfield London, wanted to fill their vast space with a unique, contemporary, and animated lighting display over the holiday season, MK Illumination was on hand to turn their chosen design into a festive reality.
Food courts are taking over German shopping centres. Having originated in the US and the UK, the trend has now arrived in Germany. A comprehensive range of restaurants and cafés is seen as an antidote to booming online retail in sectors such as clothing, shoes and electronic goods.
With 2019 heralded as the coming-of-age for PropTech, owners and managers of real estate are under increasing pressure to understand the value of technology when making key tech investment decisions.