Be honest. Your shopping habits have changed.
And that’s why your favorite shopping center has changed, too.
It’s not just your willingness to buy stuff online. Your trips to the shopping center are decidedly different than they were a decade or so ago.
Shopping for many folks has been sliced into two kind of events – the trip for the simple acquisition of basic goods and services vs. going out to have a “shopping “experience” that may involve few goods being purchased.
This explains the remake of bigger malls and shopping hubs into entertainment and dining hubs, with a bit of shopping attached. It also explains the continued popularity of many smaller community centers or strip malls where transactions can happen quickly.
Here are five examples of how today’s consumer think is changing the trip to the store. Merchants and shopping center operators who best understand…
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