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The Reinvention of the Mall: How Shopping Centres are Adapting to Global Buying Habits

  • ID: 3572869
  • Report
  • January 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 73 pages
  • Euromonitor International
Faced with reduced footfall, cautious consumer spending and a new focus on omnichannel retailing, shopping centres have had to become more than just places to shop. To remain relevant, they must offer a unique experience and are repositioning themselves as community hubs, lifestyle centres or vast, glitzy entertainment complexes.

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January 2016


Executive Summary
Retail Trends
Shopping As A Leisure Activity
Foodservice Trends
Shopping Centre Development and Performance
Chart 1 Global Shopping Centre Inventory by Region 2013
the Mall As A Community Hub
Factory Outlet Centres
Summary 1 Key Features of The Future Mall
Demand Factors
Retail Trends
Chart 2 Global Retail Sales Growth Versus Disposable Income Growth 2011-2015
Table 1 Retail Sales by Country 2010/2015
the Rise of Internet Retailing
Chart 3 Global Store-based Versus Internet Retailing 2010/2015
Table 2 Internet Retailing in Selected Countries 2010/2015
Chart 4 Mobile as a % Total Internet Sales by Country in 2015
Omnichannel Retailing
Chart 5 Frequency of Showrooming 2014
Chart 6 Reasons for Showrooming 2014
Chart 7 Frequency of Webrooming 2014
Chart 8 Reasons for Webrooming 2014
the Importance of Leisure Shopping
Chart 9 Favourite Activities Away from Home on a "Free Day" 2013
Chart 10 Shopping as an Away-from-Home Activity by Country 2013
Chart 11 Attitudes towards Shopping 2013
Chart 12 Respondents Agreeing with the Statement "I Like to Visit Shopping Malls" by Country 2013
Tourist Shopping
Table 3 Shopping by International Tourists 2009/2014
Consumer Foodservice Trends
Chart 13 Global Foodservice Sales by Location 2014
Chart 14 Retail Share of Foodservice Value by Major Market 2009/2014
Shopping Centre Development
Global Trends in 2014
Chart 15 Top 20 Global Cities by Shopping Centre Completions 2014
North America
Summary 2 Types of Shopping Centre in the US 2014
Table 4 Number of Shopping Centres and Floor Space in Selected European Countries 2014
Chart 16 Shopping Centre Density in Selected European Countries 2014
Asia Pacific
Latin America
Middle East and Africa
Shopping Centre Performance
Summary 3 Top 10 Malls in The US by Sales Per Square Metre 2014
Chart 17 "Shopping Centre-Inclined Sales" in Selected European Countries 2014
Trends and Strategies
the Mall As A Community Hub
Differentiation and Diversification
Summary 4 Shopping centres Centred Around Family Attractions
the Drive for Convenience
the Changing Role of Foodservice
Chart 18 Importance of Food and Beverage Availability when Shopping 2015
Chart 19 Average Spend Per Visit, All and Food and Drink, by Country 2015
Chart 20 Average Spend Per Visit , All and Food and Drink, by Gender 2015
Chart 21 Average Spend Per Visit, All and Food and Drink, by Age Group 2015
Chart 22 Propensity to Shop when Visiting a Shopping Centre Primarily for Food by Country 2015
Chart 23 Food and Beverage Options that Consumers Would Like to See More of, 2015
Integrating Technology Into the Mall Experience
Stores Become Showrooms
the Growth of Factory Outlet Centres
Summary 5 Selected Outlet Malls Around the World
Knowing the Market
the Outlook for Retail
Chart 24 Forecast Retail Sales Growth by Country 2015-2020
Chart 25 Forecast Share of Internet Retailing by Country 2020
Shopping Centre Development
Chart 26 Leading Cities for Space Under Construction in 2015
Trends To Watch
Chart 27 Retail Share of Foodservice Value - Top 10 Markets in 2019
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