LATEST TRENDS AND PROGRESSES IN ASSET AND CENTER MANAGEMENT

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Mediation at Shopping Malls

Mediation is a highly informal method of resolving business disputes, which is several times cheaper than court proceedings or arbitration proceedings. Could it provide an ideal manner in which to resolve such disputes during the coronavirus crisis?

Christmas 2020 Lies Ahead

As shopping centers and retail spaces experiment with the so-called “new normal” following months of closures, restrictions, and cancelled events, we should not forget that “the most wonderful time of the year” still lies ahead of us, and it deserves to be celebrated in style.

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New Public Demand for Hygiene Standards

Dutch company One Hundred aims to conquer the European retail real estate market with its restroom concept.

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A time of regulations and restrictions

Covid-19 has presented property owners and developers with unique challenges, and for Atterbury Europe that is compounded by having operations in three different territories: Romania, Cyprus, and Serbia. Asset manager Vlad Valcea gives some insights into the Company’s strategy.

Estonia’s largest shopping center Ülemiste expects stability by autumn

Covid-19 led to mobility restrictions throughout Europe, and the range of measures included the closing of shopping centers. In Estonia, where malls were closed for one and a half months, they have been reopened and visitor numbers are good, but it will take another three or four months to return to the former level, believes Guido Pärnits, CEO of the Ülemiste, the largest shopping center in Estonia.

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When managers waive their salaries

In light of the Covid-19 crisis, the management teams of several industry players express their solidarity with tenants and shareholders. The management board members of URW, Eurocommercial Properties, and Werelhave waive parts of their salaries or remunerations.

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A Better Understanding of the Customer Courtesy of Big Data

HyperIn helps tenants report their sales automatically, emphasizes CEO Markus Porvari. The figures are combined with consumer analytics from mall websites, social media, and mobile loyalty applications, then enriched by leasing contract information. This comprises fundamental data that center management needs to understand in order to increase sales.

About REBOOT 2020

Time to start over: The German Council of Shopping Places (GCSC) kicked off the new year in an unusual way with REBOOT in Berlin, an event that included many refreshing innovations as well as interesting talks and workshops. Approximately 400 participants came to the legendary KOSMOS for this occasion.

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Outlook 2020

The retail real estate industry is looking toward 2020 with cautious optimism. Uncertainties remain, however.

E-Mobility and Retail Real Estate - A New Match Made in Heaven?

The opportunities offered by e-charging infrastructure encompass a wider range of aspects than one might think.

Marketing during the Construction Phase: Seeing a Challenge as an Opportunity

Union Investment, owner of Hamburg’s Quarree Wandsbek, is investing roughly 40 million euros in the refurbishment of the mall. Extensive construction work is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2020, which, inevitably, will have an impact on ongoing operations. What types of marketing measures can be used to counteract the possible drop in footfall and the corresponding drop in turnover? Center Manager Frank Klüter, from Sierra Germany GmbH, and Britta Finke, from lead agency 21Media, explain the situation.

The Power of Greenery in Malls

After quite a difficult time in Europe, when the main objective of the managers of most shopping centers was to try to sell every square meter of commercial space to tenants, including areas within shopping arcades, things are, in my opinion, back on track – the green track.

Boring Remains Sexy

Five Theses on the Potential of Retail Parks in Germany