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European Retail in 2019

GfK study on key retail indicators: 2018 review and 2019 forecast

Study from Deloitte | Global Powers of Retailing 2019

Deloitte’s latest “Global Powers of Retailing 2019” study has listed the 250 top-selling retail companies for the 22nd time.

PWC: Customers Want Better Retail Service

According to a recent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), more and more Germans are returning to shops – where they often find a range of services with room for improvement.

Taking a closer look at the retail market of a relatively young capital

The ultimately 382-meters high “Abu Dhabi Plaza” in Astana is about to become the highest building in Central Asia. It also accommodates a shopping center, among many other things.

BRICKS DRIVE CLICKS

A Physical Presence is Key to Consumer Engagement and Success.

STEP AWAY FROM THE DESK: WHY ATTENDING A CONFERENCE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER

In a time-poor working week, we may find ourselves wondering how we can justify the expense and time away from the office that inevitably come with attending industry events. ICSC Europe Managing Director, Bill Kistler, interviews leading consumer behaviouralist, Ken Hughes, to ask “Are conferences really worth it?”

Market movements in Luxembourg

There will be two new retail properties in the Grand Duchy, as Cloche d’Or and Royal-Hamilius will be opening there this year.

RETAIL INVESTMENT: WIDENING GAP BETWEEN EUROPE’S RETAIL MARKETS

The Union Investment index analyses the attractiveness of the top 17 markets.

PEOPLE IN THE EUROPEAN RETAIL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY

Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.

PEOPLE IN THE EUROPEAN RETAIL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY

Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.

Center Customers Focus on Short Travel Distances

Good accessibility is one of the main criteria for the success of a center. There is a lot of catching up to do in the digital sector.

Stable first half-year in the Russian capital

Knight Frank recently published the “Retail Market Report Moscow H1 2018”. The most important event was the commissioning of “Kashirskaya Plaza”, which opened with a high occupancy rate – not only by area but also by number of stores.

RETAIL INVESTMENT: WHEAT SEPARATED FROM CHAFF AMID GLOBAL UPTURN

The new Union Investment index analyzes the attractiveness of the top 17 markets.

More than just high streets: Milan

The capital of the Lombardy region is recognized as one of the most famous fashion hot-spots in the world and it is Italy’s industrial, commercial, and financial heart. The city continues to attract new businesses and investments – and new shopping centers.

Poland provides a dynamic retail environment

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.

Constant change along the Bosporus

Cushman & Wakefield recently published the “Turkey – Retail Market Snapshot – First Quarter 2018”. The acceleration in the country‘s investment market signals that further consolidation in the shopping center market can be expected.

EUROPEAN RETAIL IN 2018 | FREE DOWNLOAD

GfK study on key retail indicators: 2017 review and 2018 forecast.

New investors expected in Romania

Liviu Tudor outlines two current areas of focus for retail developments in the CEE-country: the construction of retail parks in small cities and the extension of existing commercial areas in larger cities.

PEOPLE IN THE EUROPEAN RETAIL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY

Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.

Switzerland: Revitalization boom approaching

According to the current "Shopping Centre Market Report Switzerland 2018", the country's malls have an average age of 30. A number of refurbishments are pending. But that alone will not be sufficient for future market success.