Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2102

IRWWith this issue of IRW we launch our 2016/17 Australian Retail Property Report – which premium level subscribers will receive in the post with this week’s print issue of IRW. Inside Retail’s 2016/17 Australian Retail Property Report, traditionally published as part of our quarterly Inside Retail Magazine, is being published as a standalone custom publication this year for the first time.

Sought after by retailers and retail property executives alike, this year the 2016/17 Australian Retail Property Report covers retail property developments scheduled for the 2016/17 financial year.

The expanded guide examines a host of issues affecting current and future property projects that are in the pipeline, including amongst other key points, how landlords and retailers fuel growth strategies and combat underperforming centres; how developers and retailers work through issues arising from Australia’s rapidly evolving retail property scene; and much more. The report is also available as an individual purchase for non-subscribers.

This week in IRW we dig deep into how private equity has failed Eagle Boys, with private equity franchisor owner, NBC Capital, calling in the administrators late last week. We also take a close look into Woolworths’ restructure plans, announced on Monday, and how they have been met with positivity from both investors and analysts.

Features this week kick off with David Jones’ store opening in New Zealand. On Thursday this week, David Jones will open the doors to its first international store in Wellington – its first venture outside of Australia in 178 years – and IRW spoke to analysts and NZ leading retail industry associations about DJs’ Kiwi prospects.

You’ll find all of this, and much more, in Inside Retail Weekly Issue 2102.

Inside Retail Weekly is the premium product in the broad stable of Inside Retail publications. It is published weekly, 48 times a year, and offers in-depth analysis of key retail industry news, hard-hitting opinion pieces, feature stories, and much more. 

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