The shifting retail opportunity

Gunnar and Tiffany comment on shifting retail opportunity.

20 Jan 2020
Share this page

For millennia, retail has required a physical place for the exchange and bartering of goods, with trading points both initially determined (and constrained) by geography, accessibility and, over time, transport infrastructure. The biggest change came in the early years of the 20th century with the introduction of the car. This gradually offered the consumer more flexibility and enabled the development of a new retail offering.

For further information on what we can offer you, please get in touch.