Chris Paterson|Property Fund Manager, Aviva Investors
Richard Wassell|Twenty Retail
Michelle Daniels|Group Marketing Manager, Redefine International plc
Paul Kaufman|Chief Executive, Menkind
Nick Gregory|Senior Retail Asset Manager, Redefine International Property Management Limited
With click and collect leaving some consumers cold and half of all online shopping done through a mobile device, retailers and the centres they occupy face an uphill battle to keep the physical interaction with their customers relevant.
FSP looks at the key consumer-led trends coming through in outlet development as operators become increasingly aware of evolving outlet centres into destinations.
FSP’s expert on the food service sector, Harri Jaaskelainen explores the problems which may arise after Brexit if potential changes to immigration affect the pool of employees.
Our new 2017 European Outlet Shopping report explores this fast-moving sector. In this dedicated series of outlet focused posts, we’ll start by looking at the state of play specifically within the UK market.
FSP featured in Retail Gazette, in a piece about declining footfall across shopping centres and retail parks
FSP looks at what impact business rates changes and living wage increases will have on retailers in your Centre.
Here at FSP, whilst on balance being highly positive about the future for F&B in retail environments, we are cautious about some of the signals that it’s impossible to ignore.
As former retailers, FSP uses the same location assessment techniques used by commercial occupiers. FSP has provided strategic advice on a number of residential lead developments, focussing on the retail and leisure space.
Monday night’s Dispatches episode showed the price people pay for fast fashion – not the bargains consumers are bagging, but the plight of people producing these garments. So will this exposé alter the way people shop?
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