• Project: Inside TechnoGym's first fully interactive concept store
  • Project: La Perla's new Milan boutique displays exquisite Italian craftsmanship
  • Project: The new Kusmi Tea store in NYC balances the brand's baroque Russian heritage with its French provenance
  • Project: La Perla's new Milan boutique displays exquisite Italian craftsmanship
  • Project: The light of Sicily shines in the new Dolce & Gabbana boutique in Aoyama, Tokyo


Opinion: The new age of charity

Over the past decade the fundraising sector has seen a steady decline in the number of new sponsor acquisitions together with a sharp rise in cancellations. Now is the time for non-profits to change their approach to face-to-face fundraising in order to avoid a ‘Kodak moment’, where those who resist change will be left by the wayside whilst those that adapt and evolve will transcend to lead the new age of charity retail, says Sian James-Royle, co-founder of The Yard Creative.


Reimagining the shopping centre

Increasing the variety of food, drink and leisure options has become a key part of the extended customer experience at shopping centres, finds Retail Focus.

Today's shopping centres, and those of the future, are more than just about shopping. They offer a complete day and evening out, from restaurants, bars and cinemas to events spaces and experiences. Cue a host of refurbishments and leisure expansions for day and night use.


RDE 2017

With the third Retail Design Expo on the horizon, we take a look at what to expect from the event.

Returning to London Olympia next month, Retail Design Expo takes place alongside Retail Business Technology Expo (RBTE) and Retail Digital Signage Expo (RDSE) and provides innovation and inspiration in retail design, marketing, branding, visual merchandising, architecture and shopfitting.


In & Around: King's Cross

The location, the connections, the canal-side setting, the rich and varied heritage, and exciting cultural scene make King’s Cross an exciting place to live, work and shop in London.

Once an underused industrial wasteland, London’s King’s Cross is now being transformed into a vibrant mixed-use destination. By 2020 the area will comprise more than 740,000 sq m of offices, residential, retail and leisure properties, including 46,000 sq m of shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and other leisure facilities.


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