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High Streets: Transformation and Revitalisation

  • ID: 4701525
  • Report
  • November 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 100 Pages
  • Ian Youngman
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The world of retail is constantly changing and evolving. The High Street is not dead or dying, just changing.

  • Nobody can expect any central government to help much, if at all.
  • There is huge potential for retailing, but only if locals work together.
  • This report looks at what is being done and what you can do to take advantage of how the high street and local shopping can respond to changing consumer needs and attitudes.
  • Case studies prove that it can be done.
  • Stores and online sites have merged their online and high street presence
  • Think local
  • Events, activities, markets, pop ups, pedestrianisation, new offers, experiences
  • Personalisation, beer cities, and community events are just some of the answer

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This report does not contain images, diagrams or price comparisons.

It does include facts and figures - with tables when appropriate.
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Retailing Has Never Been Static
The Retail Sector Is Changing And Evolving
Shopping Is No Longer Regarded As The Main Social Activity

Why Town Centres Are Experiencing Problems
Online Retail
Rents & Leases
Closure Of Cash & Banking Facilities
Consumer Shopping Habits

The Online Challenge
Consumers Still Want To Go To Actual Shops

Local Government
Local Government Actions
Events And Activities
Introducing Wider Uses
The Great Inversion
Becoming More User-Friendly
Improving The Environment

Popularity Of Bricks & Mortar Retailing
What Can A Brick-And-Mortar Store Do That Online Retail Can't?

Individuality Rather Than Uniformity
End Uniformity
The Grove Experience
Retail Innovation
Looking For The Unusual
Retail Expansion

Innovative Solutions
Plastic-Free Supermarkets
Innovative Retail Models In China
Flexible Leases And Entrepreneurs
Invigorating Trade
Customer Friendly

Consumer Experiences
Experiential Retailing
Engaging With Customers
New Offers In Shopping Malls
Retailer Reaction

Food Experiences
Surf Pools And Ice Palaces

Personalised Experiences

Green & Sustainable

Community Spaces


Retail And Leisure
Shopping Mall Of The Emirates
Dubai Mall

Customer Service
Friction Leads To Lost Sales
Payment Speed Is Not Always The Answer
Good Service Gets The Sales

Local Involvement
The Experience Of Stockton-On-Tees
The Importance Of The Night-Time Economy

Local Product Sourcing
Flexibility And Quick Action

Beer Cities
UK Beer Weeks 2019
Beer Cities Forum
City Of Ale

Market Towns
The Experience Of Malton

Pop Up Stores
Pop-Up Stores In China
Retailers And Pop-Up Stores
Facebook And Pop Up Stores
Retail Concepts

Market Trading

Housing In Town Centres

The Tourist Trade
Over-Tourism Retail Problems


Online Retailers Moving Into Physical Retail
Warby Parker

Street Food Retailing

Surviving The Online Challenge
Online Retailing Does Offer Considerable Opportunities To Retailers
Combining Bricks & Mortar & Online Retailing
Online Can Help Shops Thrive


Case Studies
Stockton On Tees
Northland Centre, Dearborn
The Grove, Los Angeles
Alibaba Group

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