News and Articles About Retail Center
The outspoken business-makeover specialist Tabatha Coffey of Bravo reality show fame dishes on how to keep customers coming back.
Does your restaurant or store need a face-lift? Consider these budget-minded tactics from a recent episode of 'Restaurant Impossible.'
Look for more decentralized, less cluttered stores that offer experiences and personalized products.
How to design windows that will command attention and lure shoppers into your store.
The right design and displays can steer customers to more merchandise and keep them shopping longer.
Retailers can learn about such opportunities from brokers, matchmaking services or simply word-of-mouth.
Here's a marketing idea worth considering: Give your customers a front-row seat and let them watch you work.
Ditch the Muzak and tailor your tunes to appeal to your customers and employees.
How eco-friendly practices are helping drinking establishments attract a loyal clientele.
How to make your office project a professional image for your business, and a look at products to help you do it.
Bring on the boomers. Consider this advice when designing a store where boomers are the customers.
Four retailers illustrate how digital signs can help attract customers and boost revenue.
Consider these three lessons to learn from Apple Stores to enhance your customer experiences in your store or office.
Recycling and reducing waste and water use are just a few ways that businesses are creating more eco-friendly workplaces.
Store owners can choose from a greater variety of tools to try to prevent theft by both shoplifters and employees.
It can be hard to make expensive changes that could bring big energy savings, such as adding insulation or installing skylights. But you should.
How to light your retail space to the best effect without breaking the bank.
Careful planning can head off potential problems with your retail space before it's too late.
Apricot Lane franchises operate as true boutiques. And they're growing fast.
Some retailers find they need a bricks-and-mortar store, not just an online site, to thrive.
See how Rachel Shechtman is bringing a magazine-like approach -- and advertisers -- into her retail shop.
The opening day for the new Sabre store on 'The Office' was riddled with mistakes. Though funny, the show also offers vital lessons for entrepreneurs on what not to do.
Popular mobile transaction startup Square's new app goes well beyond simply accepting payments.
Aiming to fill vacancies, shopping centers partner with franchise companies to pre-approve space for new chain locations.
A company ditches its traditional office for a cost-effective space that better reflects the way it does business.