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Almanac of Shopping Centres

Almanac of SC 2016/2017

SPIS TREŚCI • TABLE OF CONTENTS

PARTNERZY • PARTNERS

RYNEK • MARKET
Polski rynek wciąż atrakcyjny dla deweloperów i sieci handlowych
Polish market still attractive for developers and retail chains

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Almanac of SC 2015/2016

The sixth edition of the Almanac will be published in June 2015 under the name Almanac of Shopping Centres Poland & CEE 2015/2016. This time, the theme and scope of information about shopping centres will go beyond Poland. The complexity of the industry resulting from the number of players and the maturity of the market encouraged us to present a broader context of the retail market and retail properties. As every year, we will present the most important analyses, trends and economic events that will have an effect on the functioning of the market in Central and Eastern Europe. The contents of the publication will be created by The City's editorial team. We have also invited experts from companies such as: Cushman & Wakefield, EY, Taylor Wessing, TPA Horwath. Currently, the partners of the publication are Metro Properties – as the strategic partner, as well as Apsys Polska, Carrefour, ECE and Forum Gliwice Shopping Centre.

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Almanach CH 2014/2015

Theindustry isholding tight

It is our pleasure to present to your the fi fth editionof the Almanac of Shopping centres. Weare very glad that every year our publicationreaches an ever widening audience and that ithas become a model for other similar titles inthe market. However, there is only one Almanacof Shopping centres, just as each retail asset inthe market is unique.

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Almanac of SC 2013/2014

Retail is changing. The fourth edition of The Almanac of Shopping Centres was being created in a period which has been special to the industry. For the first time in a long time we are observing a decrease in the dynamics of retail sales, although May turned out to be a positive surprise. This is a challenge for both the tenants and the owners of retail space.

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Almanac of shopping centres 2011

Flexibility in operations Making decisions without having sufficient knowledge is uncomfortable. Shopping centre industry is in a unique position. it is influenced by the situation on the property market on the one hand and by the situation in retail on the other. both of these strongly affect each other. Retail as well as real property industry are facing challenges. E-commerce has changed the way transactions are made. Some products features are precise enough so that one does not need to see them with his or her own eyes in order to purchase them. this applies particularly to electronics and household appliances, multimedia or books. e-commerce enters also the field of fashion retail.
New concepts appear, e.g. “order & pick up” – sometimes straight from a warehouse instead of a shop. it does influence shopping centres. Flexibility in space design, revitalisation, expansion of already existing shopping centres and introduction of new cost-savings technologies are becoming a necessity.

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