In an interview with RetailWatch, Stephan Fickl, Neinver’s new group leasing director, explains how the firm’s strong brand partnerships continue to be the key to resilience.
Created in 2014 to acquire and add value to existing outlet centres, VIA Outlets currently owns 11 assets across nine European countries, and is the third largest premium outlet operator in Europe.
The days of ecommerce platforms and physical stores seeing each other as direct rivals are long gone.
Spanish multinational company Neinver, which specialises in managing, developing and investing in commercial and logistics properties, is preparing to end 2020 with a flourish.
Until just a few months ago, the prospect of food and beverage (F&B) tenants attracting crowds of diners to an asset was music to a landlord’s – and an operator’s – ears.
From enhancing the customer journey to strengthening its relationship with brands, outlet centre specialist Neinver has mapped out a strategy where everyone wins.
Pan-European real estate investment manager Redevco has made a commitment to make its entire portfolio Net Zero Carbon by 2040, an ambition encapsulated in the campaign ‘Mission 2040’. Clemens Brenninkmeijer, Head of Sustainable Business Operations at Redevco, explains what the company’s new sustainability goals entail.
In an exclusive interview with RetailWatch, Carlos González, managing director of Neinver, reveals how the outlet centre leader has built winning relationships with brands, and how it plans to face the challenges of the future.
The director of MAPIC talks to RetailWatch about the launch of Food & Beverage in Milan.