Articles that are written by Phil Chapman and published by different media outlets and associations.
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Franchisors, landlords labelled 'friends with benefits'
Published: 07 May 2019 by Adam Zuchetti of mybusiness
"Friends with benefits" is how a specialist retail leasing adviser has described the relationship between some franchisors and major property owners, with the franchisee often left out of the loop.
The NAB Index may have some bad news for retailers
Published: 04 June 2019 by Marion Gerritsen of GiftGuide
The NAB's cashless retail sales index is highly regarded as one of the more accurate reports when it comes to predicting the results of the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) own finding on the nation's economy.
Online retail has taken a dive: NAB report
Published: 11 June 2019 by Charles Pauka of Transport & Logistics News (T&L News)
The NAB's cashless retail sales index is highly regarded as one of the more accurate reports when it comes to predicting the results of the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) own finding on the nation's economy.
Australian retail: officially in recession
Published: 18 June 2019 by Charles Pauka of Transport & Logistics News (T&L News)
To better understand how this decline had accelerated, one can also look at how retailers were behaving four years ago. Another retail survey by Macquarie Wealth Management notes a very steep contrast, as evidenced by the radical shift in attitude towards expanding floor space in stores.
Rents putting pressure on already stressed pharmacies
Published: 19 June 2019 by Sheshtyn Paola of Australian Journal of Pharmacy (AJP)
Pharmacy business owners should be renegotiating lower rents in line with sales decline and shopping centre values, says Phil Chapman, director of retail leasing authority Lease1.
Time to talk about lease arrangements
Published" 19 June 2019 by Pharmacy Daily
Retail rental expert, Phil Chapman, of Lease1, noted that the valuations across the Australian real estate market in decline, and shopping centre's experiencing a sharp drop in values, pharmacies could have an opportunity to secure an improved deal on their rent.
Retailers are highly advised to renegotiate lease
Published: 03 July 2019 by Australian Retailers Association (ARA)
As a result, there is still hope that the position of shopping centre landlords can be strengthened while also offering a better deal. Vicinity, in particular, seeks to full advantage of these developments and issue new bonds.
Woolworths divests Endeavour – preparing for Kaufland?
Published: 12 July 2019 by Charles Pauka of Transport & Logistics News (T&L News)
"It is clear that the Big 2 are preparing for the new wave of competition from foreign giant Kaufland. Retailers who rely on supermarket traffic need to be aware that the pressure is building.”
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