Author: Heidi Roberts, 02 November 2017

FSP will be exhibiting at MAPIC – the international retail property market – for the very first time this year.

At our MAPIC stand (R7.C26), FSP’s consultancy team will be available to demonstrate how we have applied our expert knowledge of occupiers, consumers and catchments in more than 25 countries to help clients increase profit and future proof their shopping centres or store portfolios

FSP can help with everything from evaluating the feasibility of a proposed site or identifying acquisition risks, to understanding the psychology of your customers or creating an ideal mix of retail tenants and Food & Beverage operators.  From an occupier perspective, the site evaluation will assess viability and provide an understanding of the spend and shopping patterns of your customers along with location, store and competitor insights

If you are an investor, developer, asset manager, architect, leasing professional, marketing agency or occupier, FSP has the tools, expertise and experience to help you realise the full potential of your shopping centres or store portfolio

Take a look at our case studies and get in touch to find out how FSP's expertise can help you

The FSP team attending MAPIC this year are:

Visit FSP at MAPIC on stand R7, C26

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