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Investors are not flying to prime, but to sustainable rental values, according to a panel of investors at this year’s ICSC European Conference in Berlin. Risk-averse investors are also concentrating on core European markets.
Department stores need to reinvent themselves to survive, according to three quarters of delegates at the annual ICSC European Conference in Berlin. Only 5% of the 550 conference delegates, thought the exiting format could be sustained.
Alexander Otto, Chief Executive Officer at ECE has been announced as Chair of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) European Advisory Board. The ICSC is the premier global trade association of the shopping-centre industry.
Is Big still Beautiful?
There are genuine signs of strength in retail trade across parts of Europe, but the shopping centre industry continues to experience turbulent times. The annual ICSC European Conference, in Berlin from 18-20 April, is where the industry’s senior players come together to plot the road ahead.
The shopping centre industry is experiencing the toughest time in its 50-year history. The annual ICSC European Conference, in Berlin from 18-20 April, invites the industry’s most senior players to plot the road ahead.
More space at Retail Connections 2012
Retail is fighting back. Over 100 retail brands and counting are now confirmed at this year’s ICSC Retail Connections on 28 March at The Business Design Centre, London, and more big names are registering every week.
High transport and returns costs make selling on-line no cheaper than running a traditional shop said a retailer at ICSC’s European Research Seminar in Copenhagen. Customers also spend four times more in-store than online, according to research, confirming the essential role of shopping centres and high streets in Europe’s economy.
Annual GDP growth in 2011 across the Baltics is predicted at 3.5% and consumer confidence is rising with one of the region’s major shopping centre owners and operators, Linstow Center Management, reporting uninterrupted turnover growth over the last 14 months in all 6 Baltic properties it manages.
Baltic States reports GDP and consumer confidence growth