Property Forum - the commercial property eventProperty Forum 2015

Speakers

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Doug Stephens

Doug Stephens

Founder

Retail Prophet

Doug Stephens is one of the world’s foremost retail industry futurists. His intellectual work and thinking has influenced many of the most widely known international retailers, agencies and brands including Walmart, Google, L'Oreal, BMW and LVMH. Prior to founding the consultancy Retail Prophet, Doug spent over 20 years in the retail industry, holding senior international leadership roles. Doug is currently writing his third and highly anticipated book to be released in Spring 2021 entitled Resurrecting Retail: The Future of Business in a Post-Pandemic World. He is also the author of two International bestselling books - Reengineering Retail: The Future of Selling in a Post-Digital World and The Retail Revival: Re-Imagining Business for the New Age of Consumerism. Doug is the nationally syndicated retail columnist for CBC Radio and sits on multiple corporate and academic advisory boards. His unique perspectives on retailing, business and consumer behavior have been featured in many of the world’s leading publications and media outlets including The New York Times, The BBC, TechCrunch, The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company.

Participates in the sessions:

  • SHOPPING MALLS

    Buying in shopping centres – what will change?

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    Buying in shopping centres – what will change?

    12.00-12.30
    Buying in shopping centres – what will change?

    COVID-19 has accelerated the incoming revolution. How will the ecosystem of shopping centres change as a result?

     

    12.30-13.00
    Retail in shopping centres – the perspective of owners and managers of shopping centres

    Will rents sharply decrease as a result of the pandemic and turn properties valuation upside down? Who will fill the void after tenants have terminated their tenancy agreements? Will some shopping centres have to be reinvented? Will e-commerce prove to be a breath of fresh air?

    Buying in shopping centres – what will change?

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