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RETAIL DYNAMIC

RETAIL DYNAMIC
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RETAIL DYNAMIC
Faced with a constantly changing commercial landscape, cities need effective actions to support local retail and economic development. We propose to deal with these issues and develop tools to meet your reality. We tailor the work to your needs, priorities, timing and context.
RETAIL DEVELOPMENT

As its name suggests, this item aims to fulfill city centres’ needs in retail and find the right brand for the right location. On the one hand, it offers the marketing services that are currently proposed in shopping centres (connecting with brands, retailers and new concepts, showing the market your specificities, assets and opportunities as well as the profile of your consumers, etc.). On the other hand, it keeps a constant and close watch to the emerging trends likely to match your territory.

The idea is to showcase your city centre, its potential and uniqueness and inform retail real estate of the opportunities to invest in it: new entrepreneurs, national and/or international brands, investors, new concepts etc…

Retail development :

CLIENTS
TOOLS DEDICATED TO CITY CENTRES
  • Retail revitalization plan for Wallonia, 2015-2017
  • Creation, development and management of the first Belgian platform of pop-up stores www.urbanretail.be – since 2017
  • Creation, development and management of www.walloniecommerce.be – since 2017
  • CreaShop Jurys in Wallonia - 2017- 2019


COMMERCIAL POSITIONING FOR :
  • Josaphat Street, Schaerbeek, Brussels, Belgium (2013)
  • Dour main commercial arteria, Rue Grande, Dour, Belgium (2015)


COMMERCIAL MARKET RESEARCH :
  • City of Couvin for the UCM (employers' organization engaged in defending the self-employed and businesses) Namur (2017)
  • City of Beauraing for the UCM Namur (2017)
  • City-centre of Louvain-la-Neuve’s commercial and urban management for the City of Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve (2016–2017)


COMMERCIAL DIAGNOSIS
  • Co-writing of the White Paper on city centres’ retail revitalization led by the FNH (Fédération Nationale de l’Habillement) Commerce Indépendant, levier de revitalisation des city-centres in French and English, 2018
  • Study of distressed commercial cores in each of the 17 Belgian urban regions, and formulation of an original revitalization solution for each of the cores studied on behalf of the Political Program of the Major Cities - Federal Government (2003)
  • Expert for the European Commission DGXXIII Field studies “distributive Trades” n°27 Synthesis of the results of the survey on the situation of local distributive trades in less favoured urban areas of the European Union and certain Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) (1998-1999)
  • Commercial diagnostis of the following city-centres : Charleroi, Mons, Mouscron, Quaregnon, Dour and Braine-Le-Comte (1998-1999)


COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE ANALYSES (1st approved operator by Wallonia):
  • City of Courcelles (2018–ongoing)
  • City of Chaumont-Gistoux (2017–ongoing)
  • City of Herstal (2017–ongoing)
  • City of La Louvière (2017–ongoing)
  • City of Arlon (2016–ongoing)
  • City of Mouscron (2015–2016)
  • City of Charleroi (2015)
  • City of Jodoigne (2014-2015)
  • City of Dinant (2014)
  • City of Jurbise (2014)
  • City of Ath
  • Cities of Lessines & Péruwelz (2010–2012)
  • City of La Louvière + advice and guidance regarding the development of a new shopping mall in the city centre, worth 40.000 m² (2010–2011)
  • Namur borough for Wallonia (2009-2010)
  • Centre-City of Tournai (2009-2010)
  • City of Soumagne (2009-2010)
  • City of Enghien (2009)
  • City of Hannut (2009)
  • City of Frameries (2008)
  • Charleroi's urban area for Wallonia (2008)
  • City of Sambreville (2007)
  • Brussels Capital Region (2006)


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