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  • The Eventfulness Of Social Landscapes

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    city for not only its occupants but also tourists moving in and out of the borders. The same can be said at a smaller scale for the introverted micro-cities that we refer to as malls, as they compete against nearby establishments for optimum attractiveness. Events have the power to shape, manage and create a city or a malls image and its appeal. Eventfulness has become a crucial element of an urban development strategy across both cities and suburbs. Events of all sizes and agendas are becoming

  • My Observations At The Pacific Center Mall Essay

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    Introduction: The mall is commonly known as a social hub where people of all ages can go to meet friends, go shopping, enjoy a meal, or simply relax. With this in mind, it was the perfect spot to observe, record, and analysis any cultural norms. For this observational report, I conducted my observations at the Pacific Centre Mall on Saturday October 8th, 2016 from 1:30 pm to 4:30pm. Since it was a Saturday just after lunch time, I assumed it was going to be busy and crowded. When I arrived

  • Hollister

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    their. This will help customers keep coming back to the store. Sales Hollister attracts many young shoppers which will help increase the sales. Hollister is geared towards high school students. Most of the time when one is in high school they go shopping with their parents. Parents have more money

  • Sociological Observation

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    Sociological Observations at the Hanover Mall The North Hanover Mall is an average shopping center with various stores and small attractions. Typically, the mall is not over-crowded; however, during the evenings and weekends it is well-traveled. There are the average chain stores such as JCPenny’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Hallmark, and Bath and Body Works. Likewise, there are some smaller, lesser known stores, for example, a few nail and hair salons, cafes, a pizza shop, and a sports apparel store

  • Dawn Of The Dead Analysis

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    and stop at a shopping

  • Retailing and Modern Retail Formats

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    Emerging Trends in Modern Retail Formats & Customer Shopping Behavior in Indian Scenario: A Meta Analysis & Review “If at first the Idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.” -Albert Einstein Aditya P. Tripathi* Abstract The Indian retail sector is going through a transformation and this emerging market is witnessing a significant change in its growth and investment pattern. Both existing and new players are experimenting with new retail formats. Currently two popular formats hypermarkets

  • Analytical Techniques For Marketing : Assignment

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    of the online grocery shopping has increased significantly. There are numerous online grocers in the United Kingdom including the big chain supermarkets such as Tesco, Sainsbury and Waitrose. According to IGD (2013), one out of five households in United Kingdom are buying their groceries online every month. IGD (2013) stated that families, especially those with pre=school children tend to shop online for groceries. On another note, many people tend to do their grocery shopping online because of the

  • Case Study Of Debonairs Pizza Franchise

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    Debonairs Pizza Franchise will be opening on the 1st of March 2015 in the Norwood Shopping centre. Debonairs is a leading Pizza restaurant in Africa. It offers cliental a wide range of special and unique pizza recipes that can be found nowhere else. Debonairs strives to continuously improve our services and welcome new customers into our new Debonairs family. Debonairs has a wide range of meaty, chicken or vegetarian pizzas, and their speciality pizzas including a triple-decked pizza or a double

  • Literature Review: Layout And Ambiance Of A Department Store

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    brands greeting you from its window; clearly stating that it offers expensive designers targeting big money for each product. All of these factors also play an important role in helping a customer/passerby realize that this is not an ordinary shopping mall where one can’t step in as a bargain-hunger. Even the restaurants and theater are designed very lavishly (Gibson 2015).A consumers uses the window displays to their advantage in order to gain knowledge about the brands that a store has to offer

  • Mumbai Mall Culture

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    ------------------------------------------------- Shopping mall A shopping mall, shopping centre, shopping arcade, shopping precinct or simply mall is one or more buildings forming a complex of shops representing merchandisers, with interconnecting walkways enabling visitors to easily walk from unit to unit, along with a parking area — a modern, indoor version of the traditional marketplace. Modern "car-friendly" strip malls developed from the 1920s, and shopping malls corresponded with the rise of suburban living