Retail 3.0: Re-Envisioning Retail

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Description

Summary

It has now been over a year since the Pandemic has upended our lives and changed the way we interact with one another. Perhaps few industries have been more affected by these changes than the retail industry. Already adapting to a greater emphasis on experiential and online retail trends (Retail 2.0), retailers have also had to incorporate health, wellness, and safety concerns into their calculus. While there has been no shortage of doom and gloom, we have assembled a panel from all spectrums of the industry – retailers, owners, brokers, bankers, and lenders to discuss how the industry is adapting to the changes that have been brought on by the pandemic and are managing to move forward with new store openings, new lease signings and new loan closings. Join us to hear lessons from our panelists that provide insight on how nimble practitioners are re-envisioning retail.

Time

3:00-4:00 PM ET

Objectives

  • Retail leasing trends since the onset of the pandemic and outlook
  • Owner-operator strategies
  • Example of adapting new store development strategy
  • Lending trends and outlook
  • Transaction trends and outlook from brokerage perspective 

Who Should Attend?

  • Senior and junior executives at commercial/multifamily lenders and servicers
  • Economists, researchers, and analysts
  • Asset managers and underwriters
  • Loan Originators and Heads of Production or Business Development

Speaker(s)

  • Victor Amoo, Investment Professional, Basis Investment Group
  • Claudia Steeb, Managing Director, Capital Markets, JLL Capital Markets
  • James Famularo, President, Meridian Retail Leasing
  • Peter McEneaney, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Vice President, Thor Equities, LLC
  • Rahel Fikre, Store Development Manager, Starbucks