Tenancy ‘mix’ non existent, laments retailer


Screen Shot 2015-02-13 at 10.04.05 amWe’ve all thought it at some stage, but this week in Inside Retail PREMIUM, a retailer has come out questioning the ‘mix’ of tenancies in shopping centres – what mix?!

Landlords and a high profile franchisor have also copped criticism this week, with one industry figure blaming the demise of a business on poor locations and an inflexible franchise partner.

In other news, a UK retail icon has landed on Aussie shores, and a supermarket operator is reaping the benefits of a refurbishment with a 120 per cent boost in sales.

A wine retailer has taken a different approach to store fitouts, and a fresh twist on the Mexican cuisine trend has emerged in Brisbane.

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