New research from Union Investment Real Estate into the attractiveness of retail markets worldwide sees Poland, Portugal, Ireland and the Czech Republic shine in a changing European market, while North America maintains its considerable appeal.
Whether you look at ASOS, Uber, Amazon or any of the new wave of consumer super brands, what they all have in common is an obsessive focus on customer insight, writes Ben Chesser, CEO at Coniq.
Food halls are the new ‘co-working for food’ and Cushman & Wakefield recently compiled its Top 10 Food Halls of Europe. Here’s why they made the list.
Cushman & Wakefield’s latest Food Halls of Europe report examines the appetite for this evolving concept. With around 100 examples already operational across the continent, and another 200 food halls in the works, the trend is delivering on its promise.
Shoppers who eat during their visit to a shopping centre make 25% more transactions; spend 12% more and stay 35 minutes longer in a mall compared to shoppers who don’t stop to dine, according to new data from European prop-tech business Coniq.