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Teams That Are Making Over Shopping Malls Must Keep An Eye On Requirements

Massive shopping centers can't compete with online convenience. Digital retail sales are skyrocketing, reaching US$2.3 trillion last year—a nearly 25 percent increase over the previous year, according to a 2018 report by eMarketer. So a surge of projects is underway around the world to redefine the shopping mall experience—with scopes that go beyond typical shops and restaurants. Sponsors have a simple goal: Boost sales by giving customers more attractions so they stick around and shop. Includes a case study about an Indian mall project team.
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