Don’t let the strips die

  A couple of short years ago, shopping centre companies were being hounded by the analyst community and business media to come up with a legitimate growth strategy that didn’t include building more shopping centres, since e-commerce was going to make the creation of new shopping centre space unnecessary. In 2014, large shopping centres continue to get bigger while new small ones have continued to open. For the most part, old ones are not being torn down. This is not just a feature of the

This content is for IR Pro subscribers only.

Subscribe now to unlock an all-access pass.

IR Pro - monthly

$5 +GST for the first 30 days. (Auto renews at $28+GST per month.)
  • Unlimited news access
  • Exclusive members only masterclasses (live and on-demand)
  • Weekly careers advice
  • Weekly and quarterly digital magazines delivered to your inbox
Subscribe now
EOFY Offer

IR Pro - annual

$199 +GST per year. (Auto renews at $312+GST (full rate) annually.)
  • Unlimited news access
  • Exclusive members only masterclasses (live and on-demand)
  • Weekly careers advice
  • Weekly and quarterly digital magazines delivered to your inbox
Subscribe now