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What's in store for retailby Joe Brady, Corporate Retail SolutionsThe pop up and temp leasing phenomenonby Ben Breslau, ResearchRe-use is the new normalby Lew Kornberg, Corporate Retail SolutionsPreparing for lease accounting changesby Vivian Mumaw, Global Lease AdministrationRetail distribution transportation challengesby Kris Bjorson, Retail Distribution ServicesReal solutions for retailby Guy Ponticiello, Corporate Capital MarketsGoing green is good businessby Dan Probst, Energy & Sustainability ServicesMitigate risk and grow responsiblyby Paul Sobolak, Corporate Retail SolutionsRetail globalizationby Lew Kornberg, Managing Director, Corporate Retail Solutions
Re-think the traditional facilities services modelby Rick Migliorelli, Mobile Engineering ServicesPreventative maintenance versus deferralby Bob Holtz, Strategic ConsultingThe consumer and retailer efficiency trendby Ben Breslau, ResearchEvolution of the Internet and retailby Joe Brady, Corporate Retail SolutionsCentralized portfolio control -- not a myth by Lynne Smith, Strategic Consulting
A window of opportunity for retailers – ADA Design Standardsby Kevin Hughes, Jones Lang LaSalle and Doug Anderson, LCM ArchitectsGrowing your bottom line – retail portfolio optimizationby Geno Coradini, Corporate Retail Solutions
Bricks n' clicksby Joe Brady, Managing Director, Solutions Development
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Five keys to a successful retail program
Business cycles are getting shorter, and given the current economic challenges, companies are confronting issues they have never faced before. It is imperative for retail teams to adjust quickly to unanticipated events and embrace change in the marketplace.
Three steps to achieving cost savings from your leased portfolio
One of the best ways to help your business adjust to the current market is to evaluate and renegotiate your leases. While every portfolio is unique, Jones Lang LaSalle’s Retail Outsourcing Group follows a simple three-step process for nearly every portfolio of leases that it analyzes and renegotiates.
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