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Almanac of Shopping Centres 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. Aging buildings are another problem. In order to stay in the game, you must constantly keep an eye on the situation and decide to modernise your shopping centre at the right moment, before your competitors take your customers. E-commerce plays an increasingly important role as well. For some it is a threat, while others consider it a challenge. The generation which does not think the virtual world is that far from the real world has more and more to say. Making a decision is these conditions is not easy and requires adequate knowledge.

In the Almanac we provide you with practical information which will allow you to develop strategies, both for those who sell in shopping centres and those who deliver retail space and manage it. Like every year, we have prepared a comprehensive summary of the latest information on the shopping centre market in Poland. The industry experts and text prepared by our editorial team will provide you with a large portion of specialised knowledge concerning the most important issues the market is currently dealing with.

We have worked with numerous industry experts. This issue of the Almanac has been prepared in cooperation with representatives of TPA Horwath, BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, DTZ, CBRE and Colliers International. Metro Properties is the strategic partner of the publication while Apsys, ECE, Carrefour, Immochan as well as CH Forum, Retail Park Kwadrat and CH Sukcesja are the partners.

The publication contains a summary of over 300 retail projects operating in the market and those that are to be launched in the nearest quarters.
Enjoy the reading of The Almanac of Shopping Centres 2013/2014.


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