Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2126

irwWelcome to our special shopping centre edition of Inside Retail Weekly. Here’s what we’ve got in store for you this week:

Amazon: Australia is just the beginning

IRW reveals the strategy behind Amazon’s potential move to Australia.

Opinion: All eyes on Australia

According to industry analysts, this year could potentially see another wave of global retailers coming to our shores – and it’s partly due to the strength of our local shopping centres.

The new shopfront

As customer experiences and expectations evolve and technology plays a greater role in bricks-and-mortar stores, it’s time to rethink the design of traditional shopfronts.

The future of the retail tenancy agreement

Modern retail practices are raising questions about whether it’s time to change one of retail’s longest standing relationships.

ASX-listed retailers to miss half year expectations

According to predictions from Citibank analysts, the majority of big retailers should prepare for disappointing half-yearly results.

I hope you enjoy reading the latest edition of IRW and I’d love to hear what you think, so feel free to drop me a line.

Jo-Anne Hui-Miller

Editor, Inside Retail

jo-anne.h@octomedia.com.au

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