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A successful return for retail parks

According to data from the Polish Council of Shopping Centers, footfall in shopping malls range from 62 to 73% when compared to last year’s...

Indonesia bans direct sales on social media

The Indonesian government has banned social media platforms from conducting direct sales. This is a blow to TikTok, as this was the second largest...
Agnieszka Winkler, Associate Director, Retail Advisory Services, Colliers International

Behavioral analysis as a basis for effective shopping mall strategy

Nowadays it is no longer enough to know who forms our client base - creating profiles based solely on the needs, expectations or values...
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European Shopping Centre Market Reaches Maturity as Growth in New Space Slows

1.0 million square metres of new shopping centre space was delivered in H1 2018, a 10% decline on H1 2017. Europe overall sees...

KSeF, e-Paragony and Omnicommerce – What Retail Is Investing In

As many as 70% of companies in the retail industry declare that their IT development expenditures in the coming year will not decrease. In...

Supermarkets at War with Discount Stores. Price Rollercoaster Gaining Momentum in Stores.

Prices in stores are not increasing everywhere at the same rate. Interestingly, the slowest rise is happening in hypermarkets, where the year-on-year average increase...
Katarzyna Kamińska-Nobis, Associate Director, Retail Agency, Colliers in Poland

The growth in importance of small shopping centres and retail parks in CEE-16 has...

Discount retailers predicted to find Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) market very attractive as evidence shows shoppers have favoured the ‘value for money’ approach...
Katarzyna Michnikowska, Associate Director, Research and Consultancy Services, Colliers International

Shopping centres dominate the retail industry in Central & Eastern Europe

Fast recent-cycle GDP growth, low unemployment and wage hikes  add up to booming conditions for fashion in CEE says Colliers International in its recent...
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The condition of the gastronomy sector in Polish shopping centres

Shopping centres, which are an integral part of Polish people’s lifestyle, are evolving with demographic, cultural and economic changes. In the past five years,...
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Retail parks are going for it

This year’s increase in supply and the value of transactions in the retail sector in Poland have a chance to exceed last year's levels. Despite...

Cross-border sales during Black Week

Cross-border trade provides an opportunity for much higher sales during Black Week, experts suggest. Where were Polish stores selling the most? Which categories were...
Katarzyna Michnikowska, Associate Director, Research and Consultancy Services, Colliers International

Retail market in agglomerations in the first half-year

The shopping centre market in the largest Polish agglomerations is mature and well developed. Approximately 10 million consumers with an annual purchasing power of...
Michał Stępień Savills

Retail investing across Europe is set to get competitive in 2022, says Savills

Following years of turmoil in retail, 2022 will bring rental growth and increased investment capital to the sector across Europe, according to Savills. The...
Małgorzata Dziubińska

Polish retail market in Q3 2018

Retail assets accounted for nearly 45% of the total investment volume recorded in the first three quarters of 2018 42% of the retail...
Marta Machus-Burek, Senior Partner, Director of Retail Agency, Colliers International

Product is not enough. Retail chains build their strategies based on customer experience

Customer-oriented strategies are the foundation of business in the retail trade. The growing expectations of customers are forcing retail chains to create  holistic, personalised...

The online services market in Poland is growing at a dizzying pace

Over the past few decades, we have seen a transformation in the way we shop and utilize services. Traditional commerce, based on physical points...
Dawid Samoń, Analyst, Research, Savills Poland

Nearshoring as a consequence of Covid-19

The disruption associated with Covid-19 has challenged the resilience of manufacturing supply chains across the globe and is set to accelerate a trend towards...
Jędrak Dominika Colliers

The condition of retail markets in the CEE region in times of pandemic

The 172 million strong consumer market of the CEE-17 region should continue to deliver better growth rates and returns than more developed markets in...

Covid-19 to accelerate European ecommerce growth by one year

According to Savills, the impact of the pandemic is set to accelerate online retail penetration by an average of one year and, in turn,...

Pre-holiday shopping in shopping centers. What makes consumers feel comfortable?

As the peak shopping season begins, the company Cushman & Wakefield has investigated the emotions experienced by consumers during shopping. In recent years, discussions about...

Polish companies becoming increasingly aware of cyber threats associated with AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used both for cyberattacks and for defending against them. According to a study by EY - "How Polish Companies...
Anna Głowacz, Head of Industrial Agency, AXI IMMO

Polish industrial market 2023 overview and outlook for 2024

Poland's industrial sector slowed in 2023, but the market hopes to rebound in 2024. After the peak of take-up and supply in the so-called...
Janusz Gutowski, Managing Partner, AXI IMMO Services

Data center market: No energy, no data

The Warsaw region is currently the largest data centre market in Poland. The capital is home to more than 50 server facilities and a...