Our marketing manager, Lucía González, has written a post for High Style Life about shopping mall trends.
More consumers shop online than ever before, and foot traffic to malls has decreased in recent years. The coronavirus outbreak has only sped up this trend, as health and safety concerns keep shoppers at home. Malls that want to stay relevant over the next decade will have to reinvent themselves.
And that is exactly what they are doing: shopping malls are changing, and a new generation of malls has been born. In the years to come, they will transform their offerings, moving from clothing stores to more diverse chains of clothing retailers, leisure and entertainment tenants, events and pop-ups, and commercial service providers.
Think about one thing: Why do you like shopping at malls? There are a number of reasons why people shop at malls. Because they are extremely convenient, they provide shoppers with a great variety of stores and shopping opportunities and, also, and perhaps most importantly, because they are great places for entertainment. So, not only do people go there to shop, but they also go there for relaxation.
Keeping his in mind, let me tell you three trends for shopping centers henceforth.