Published at: 2017-04-06 10:05 | Author: report
Central London remains Europe’s retail market leader, driven by high-street spending, record high store openings and double-digit rental growth, according to the latest Colliers International report.
Changes in consumer spending and choices as well as technological advances are restructuring shopping behavior, Colliers writes. “We continue to see the influential impact technology has on the retail sector, and how it is affecting consumer behavior, with payments and shopping via mobile devices still acting as the primary tools of change. The in-store experience still holds significant value to brands, but retailers must continue to embrace technology within their marketing mix to drive sales....

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