Author: Marketing, 12 February 2018

FSP Sales Director Andrew McVicker featured in an article in Shopping Centre discussing the future of food & beverage in the shopping centre sector.

Too many formats developed in London are dependent on high-density and high-spending office populations. But in many markets the evening footfall just isn’t there. Brands like Loungers and Bill’s have grown out of regional sub-markets and have an understanding of how to make lower footfall work.

Andrew McVicker

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