MIPIM UK: The future of retail and town centres under the spotlight

Screenshot 2019-05-29 at 11.14.21I’ve been writing a lot about the future of retail and town centre for clients in recent months so I’m really excited to be involved with this panel session at MIPIM UK in October.

It will be an opportunity to explore some of the solutions with a brilliant panel of experts (more panellists to be announced soon).

The key things I’ve learned from talking to people in the industry is that retail certainly isn’t dead, it’s evolving and while there will continue to be casualties, there will also be winners.

It’s been inspiring to hear about the creativity, innovation – and hard work – that is going into revitalising town centres – necessity breeds invention after all.

But it is far from easy and there isn’t just one solution or a simple cookie cutter approach.  This article by Jonathan Edwards on LinkedIn gives a great summary of the different strategic strands that need to be explored. 

If you are going to be at MIPIM come along and hear what the panel has to say – there will also be an opportunity to ask your own question.

MIPIM UK’s  – full programme of panels and talks is now available online.

If you are looking for an experienced moderator or freelance content writer who can write crisp, engaging content about the evolution of retail and its impact on the built environment and property industry then do get in touch.

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