As the MAPIC conference draws to a close, Property Week’s editor, Mike Phillips delivers his three key takeaways from Cannes.
Employing young people is the key to future-proofing retail spaces, according to Asos non-executive director Peter Williams.
1950s-style restaurant chain Ed’s Easy Diner is planning to open up to 12 more units in the UK in 2014, as well as its first European stores.
Retailers of consumer electronics are most at risk from e-commerce, according to research by CBRE Global Investors.
Congratulations to the British Property Federation (BPF) on its 50th anniversary of representing the property industry last month.
There was plenty of buzz at MAPIC this week about last week’s launch of J Crew on Regent Street — an event so high profile it was covered by the BBC.
According to the latest Greater China Property Market Report released by Knight Frank, during the third quarter, Beijing’s average retail rent remained stable, while the vacancy rate slightlydropped.
Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay is the world’s costliest retail location for a second year running, Cushman & Wakefield reports in its research, Main Streets Across the World.