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A golden rule for cutting rental costs


Retail expert Brian Walker shares his thoughts on rental costs. Walker revealed his first Golden Rule of reducing your occupancy costs in a shopping centre – do your research – including every question

How retailers can avoid insolvency


Australian retailers need to evolve their business models – otherwise we’ll continue to see more retail insolvencies in 2020. That’s the message from Andrew Spring, a retail insolvency specialist. “Retail

$180m Castle Towers development opens


A new $180m retail destination is causing a stir in Sydney’s outer suburbs, with the launch of the new Castle Towers development. Late last week, stage one of the massive

$685m Chadstone project revealed


Property firm Vicinity Centres has revealed a $685 million development of Melbourne’s Chadstone Shopping Centre – with plans for an expanded luxury retail mall, upgraded fresh food precinct, as well

Christmas spending set to top $50bn


Australians are set to stuff their stockings this year, with Christmas spending expected to top a whopping $50.1bn online and in the shops. That’s the expectation of the nation’s retailers,

Sandwich Chefs unveils service station outlet


Sandwich Chefs, famous for its classic 14-hour slow roasted pork and beef rolls, is launching in service stations around Australia.  The food franchise chain has partnered with Fresh Trading Co,

Carpet Court action for family violence survivors


A Carpet Court community initiative is providing practical support for those affected by domestic and family violence. The flooring franchise retailer partnered with RizeUp Australia to help furnish and decorate homes that

Mammoth retail precinct Eastern Creek Quarter stage two unveiled


A booming new development in Australia’s fastest growing economy is on the hunt for eagle-eyed entrepreneurs, as Eastern Creek Quarter stage two kicks off. Situated in the thriving hub of

Small business warned as retail spending falls


Australian small business may be in for another lean month, quashing a brief spark in retail spending that had operators optimistic for the pre-Christmas trade period. According to the Commonwealth Bank’s

$2.3m Sunglass Hut underpayment revealed


Over 600 Sunglass Hut employees across Australia are set to be back-paid more than $2.3m after the chain admitted to underpaying staff. The Sunglass Hut underpayment admission revealed that between