After visiting Amazon’s first Amazon Go store this past May, and after seeing the recent reports of Go stores coming to Chicago and San Francisco, and the possibility of another larger Go store in Seattle, too, one thing is quite clear: Goodbye, status quo. Amazon Go is quite simply awesome. It is a welcomed consumer experience, and, … More Amazon Go Means Goodbye Status Quo
Black Friday might hold first position, but there are eight other special holiday shopping days that can help you build business before Christmas this year. In addition to below mentioned 9 holiday shopping days, don’t forget to use online marketing sites for your year-round promotion. You can visit 40billion.com which is the fastest-growing network of … More How To Promote Your Business Between Thanksgiving And Christmas.
Retail of all industries, might be one of the most illustrative of being on the front lines of tech disruption. However it’s important to point out, what does “tech disruption” even mean in the version and flavor of 2018? It’s immersion, speed, convenience and automation. Each year retail is morphing into its future iterations as a … More 14 Unforgettable Retail Trends of 2018.
CHICAGO, CINCINNATI—Retailers and owners bring new innovations to the marketplace every year, giving each holiday shopping season unique aspects. This year, CBRE researchers anticipate that shoppers across the US will see the emergence of “pop-up warehouses,” along with an even greater proliferation of “pop-up shops,” an expansion of mobile commerce and strength in discount retailing. “As e-commerce … More Pop-Up Shops Coming To US Malls This Season
There are an overwhelming amount of people entering the food truck industry these days, and for the most part, we think that is awesome … as long as every food truck owner knows what they are getting into. People enter this industry for many different reasons: Some people’s dreams actually consist of being a chef … More The Truth About Overnight Success In The Food Truck Industry.
Getting a new Specialty Leasing booking inquiry every 4 hours is the stuff that shopping center landlords’ dreams are made of. But this dream turned to reality recently for Westwood Financial when, after just 72 hours of going live on casuallease.com with a batch of their shopping centers, 19 booking inquiries were received. 17 of … More IF SHORT TERM OPERATORS AREN’T LOOKING, YOU’RE NOT LIKELY TO GET A BOOKING.
One of the largest privately held shopping center developers in the US, Sandor Property Group, have appointed casuallease.com to oversee the specialty leasing and ancillary income across their shopping centers. Sandor owns and operates over eight million square feet of retail space across 25 States. They join other major US shopping center owners and managers … More Specialty Leasing Experts Appointed by Sandor Property Group
Ah, back to school shopping in the early ’00s. I have so many fond memories of clearing out the racks at Limited Too with my mom’s money (and Too Bucks, of course). The glittery tees, cute skorts, and fringe-filled accessories made me feel extra cool on the first day of school, and all that wonderful … More A Limited Too Pop-Up Shop Is Coming And You Need To Visit For Old Times’ Sake
What might have been a standard trip to Hugo Boss turned exceptional when Amanda Goller spotted the new Ted Baker store at the Galleria. She hadn’t visited the high-end clothier since she worked in finance on Wall Street, a job she left two years ago for a corporate one in Houston’s energy sector. The London-based … More Galleria’s new luxury wing proves not all malls are dying.
RICHMOND, Va. — Stony Point Fashion Park has come up with a creative way to encourage entrepreneurship. The mall recently released applications for its Battle of the Pop Up competition which gives entrepreneurs and business owners the opportunity to submit their own innovative products, concepts or business strategies for a chance to win free in-line … More ‘Battle of the Pop-up’ prize is free retail space at Stony Point