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The Future of Plastic in SA's Retail Environment

Category Retail Sector

Take a close look at the non-sustainable use of plastic within the South African retail environment, and various steps being taken to reverse this.

Broll's latest SA Retail Snapshot puts the spotlight on cashless payment systems

Category Retail Sector

Shopper spending habits and how consumers purchase goods and services have changed significantly especially over the last few decades with the advent of...

An ever-evolving retail property market

Category Retail Sector

Competition in South Africa's retail market is intense, with more than 25 million square metres of formal retail space currently, in excess of 2,000...

#BlackFriday affecting SA's December retail trade?

Category Retail Sector

South Africa has seen the Black Friday sales phenomenon grow exponentially in recent years, quickly entrenching itself as a major calendar event on the local re

Broll's Retail Snapshot Q3:2018 Fast-Food Overview

Category Retail Sector

Burgers, chicken, pizza or pies - which are the fast-foods that South Africans prefer?

Broll Retail Snapshot highlights consumer pressure with innovation as the upside

Category Retail Sector

Shrinking salaries, a VAT increase, petrol price hikes, escalating food costs and soaring electricity fees are just some of the impacts highlighted in the Broll

Broll’s Q1 retail report hints at downturn

Category Retail Sector

The upswing in consumer confidence in the first three months of 2018 was a welcome change from the depressed environment which overshadowed the last quarter of

Retail spend drops across the board

Category Retail Sector

Low economic growth is affecting the way people spend their money, and the prospects of retailers selling everything from groceries to jewellery...

Innovation needed to curb mall vacancies

Category Retail Sector

With big box retailers closing down at some shopping centres across South Africa, landlords will have to be innovative in how they repurpose vacant space.

Consumers cut down on luxury spending

Category Retail Sector

Cash strapped consumers are cutting down on buying luxury goods and items and spending money on basic and necessary items instead.

 

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