How will a redevelopment affect footfall flows in the shopping area?
We can make a prediction of future footfall flows. How will a newly built shopping area affect the situation? What happens when stores are merged or replaced?
Although this prediction is no exact science, past predictions have been very close to the final reality. An independent report provides more clarity and certainty on future consequences – for all parties involved.
Where do my clients live?
Frequently, you will have information about your clients via loyalty cards or warranty papers. But can you tell from the top of your head where your clients live? We can map this information (literally) for you – and provide you with an insightful overview that no mere list can muster.
How has this shopping area developed over the years?
Before you invest in a store / shopping area, you would like to know the future prospects of this location, and answer questions such as:
Does this location currently attract more or less visitors than in the past? Does the retail floor area in my sector increase or decrease? Are there more or less empty stores than before, and how does this develop? What are the risks of an investment?
Our historical database can clarify the relevant trends, and we can provide the necessary key figures or a bespoke analysis – made to fit your situation.
Are there sufficient passing visitors at this location?
Do you have a new storefront in mind? And would you like to know the footfall past this location? If your location is situated outside our regular counting areas, we can carry out a bespoke count just for you. You can then compare this information with existing locations, or other options.
What is the potential turnover for this store?
Are you looking for the perfect turnover prediction? Our partner RetailSonar is the specialist in this area, and will run you a simulation model to find out what the ideal store network looks like. How will an opening, closure, or adaptation of one or more stores affect the whole? What happens when a new competitor arrives on the scene, and what happens when another leaves?