Alex Avery, Pragma’s managing director for airports, travel and commercial spaces, discusses how food and beverage is transforming airport retail.
Interbrand strategy consultant, Jan Glanzmann, considers the value and transformative power of a strong brand, which he believes have grown from nice-to-have to must have assets.
Embracing the latest trends and seizing the opportunities created by a constantly evolving retail market will allow airports to sustain and grow non-aeronautical revenues, writes Chris LeTourneur.
New concessions, store openings and the power of sense of place retail come under the microscope in our round-up of the latest retail/F&B stories from across the globe.
AOE’s Kian Gould provides his thoughts on how the key players can thrive in a changing travel retail world.
How can airport retail remain relevant as shopping patterns change? Aircommerce’s Melvin Broekaart believes that greater collaboration and data sharing between different industry stakeholders are key to its future success.
HMSHost’s CEO, Steve Johnson, provides his thoughts on the type of F&B innovation required to excite and delight travellers in modern airports.
A holistic, sense of place driven approach to airport development can have a hugely positive impact on retail and F&B revenues, writes John Matheson.
Pop-up stores, news of the retail mix planned for Denver’s Great Hall and sweet shops are on the menu as we turn the spotlight on retail/F&B innovation at airports across the globe.
Airport World rounds-up some of the latest travel retail and duty free developments at gateways across the globe.
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