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In today’s market, it is very essential for shopping malls to attend to every single aspect of retail. It is crucial they offer superior services to consumers and give them memorable and sharable experiences. While offering the best in retail and entertainment rakes in the footfalls, one sure shot way to pull in the crowds is through great architecture. The rule is simple – if a mall looks good, it will attract consumers. Eye-catching materials, art installations, and landscaping along with well-planned design and structure weave the story of success for a mall which hopes to become a community hub where people come to spend large amounts of time. The cover story of the September issue of Shopping Centre News brings to the fore the role design and architecture of a mall play in transforming a simple shopping trip into a social event. The feature decodes how carefully designed, sustainable malls satisfy and cater to the requirements of today’s customers. Apart from this exciting cover story, the magazine also covers a myriad of other retail real estate aspects, including a very pertinent story on parking garages in malls – how technology and innovations are shaping the way people drive in and out of malls. The article includes views of industry bigwigs including Mukesh Kumar of Infi niti Malls, Yogeshwar Sharma of Select CITYWALK, Rajneesh Mahajan of Inorbit Malls and Sanjeev Mehra of Quest Mall to name a few. At IMAGES Group, our sincere efforts have always been to make you aware of the ground realities of today and to update you with the futuristic ideas for tomorrow, so that you always stay a step ahead in these competitive times. We hope that you will find the September 2019 issue of Shopping Centre News both insightful and educative

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