Retailers and commercial real estate brokers and developers, mark your calendar for SiteSeer’s 2023 User Conferences. These webinars will be held quarterly in 2023, bringing together professionals in retail research, site selection, shopping center development, commercial leasing and related areas who use SiteSeer (or are planning to subscribe soon) to learn about best practices in SiteSeer, tips and tricks, feature updates, and more.
If you’ve been following the SiteSeer blog for a while, you might recall a post we wrote this time six years ago. It was not long after the 2016 Presidential election, and Hilary Clinton had just lost to Donald Trump…despite what the polls said leading up to the election.
How to uncover success in your retail or other chain business in 2023 and beyond
Everywhere you turn, there’s talk of rising interest rates, inflation and an impending recession that has every consumer on edge.
In the grocery industry, like many retail industries, there’s no room for error when it comes to opening new locations. Before you invest time, energy and financial resources into the opening of a store, you need to analyze that site thoroughly and understand its sales potential.
If you’ve used Void Analysis in the past and found it to be a valuable tool, you’ve probably been tempted by a SiteSeer subscription, which gives you access to unlimited Void Analysis Pro reports (normally $299.99 each).
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Here’s a scenario we’ve seen a lot here at SiteSeer: an entrepreneur starts a business. Maybe it’s a retail business of some kind—a boutique clothing store, an ice cream shop, a bike shop—or maybe it’s a restaurant.
If you keep tabs on the news, you’ve heard that the economy is slowing, with some analysts suggesting that the U.S. could face a recession by the end of the year. Inflation-adjusted consumer spending slowed to 1.5 percent in the first half of 2022 (per CNBC)—compared to nearly 12 percent a year earlier. The housing market seems to finally be slowing after two years of skyrocketing home values and minimal available inventory.