Without a doubt that as we exit the lockdown / Movement Control Order here in Malaysia, many retail brands will be trying to adapt to what will surely be a new normal for retail brands going forward. Without getting too much into the operational details of reopening which is not the purpose of this post, I
This is article was first published in Focus Malaysia Property Section in the Oct 26 – November 1, 2019 edition. Should you have any queries you can contact the writers at email@example.com Today’s article is based on a topic which we shared during the recent Council of Asian Shopping Centers (CASC) 2019 Conference held in
If you take a walk around most malls today, chances are you may come across a fair bit of empty lots which have not been rented out. Rather than looking at these as a reflection of the state of things, we look at these empty lots as opportunities for mall owners to tap upon a
Note: This was an article which we wrote and appeared first in a publication called “Focus Malaysia” for their August 25 – 31, 2018 issue. Do get it in news stands and bookstores such as MPH. Shopping… some would call it the favourite past time of most Malaysians and that could be a fair assessment of
No matter how you look at it, we have a problem here in Malaysia, there are too many developments which have or are planning to have a retail component within their development plans. Couple that with a recent Star newspaper article which stated that for 2017 retail sales in Malaysia were down 1.1% in Q3.