We’ve written before about data on this blog, and if you’re a regular reader, you’ve gotten the message. Data is the vital input that our site selection software, SiteSeer Pro, needs to help you gain insights and answers about markets and locations. But it’s essential that you keep several things in mind about data:
If you’re in the grocery industry or you pay attention to industry news, you’ve probably heard: the largest supermarket chain the country, Kroger, is expanding into Florida. But…they intend to do so without opening a single store in the Sunshine State.
If you’re in the grocery industry, you’ve certainly seen a lot of change in the last few years. Once upon a time, shopping for groceries was a largely in-person activity. Customers would walk or drive to their nearest grocery store, buy what they need, return home, and repeat.
SiteSeer is a powerful platform used and trusted by retailers, brokers and developers, and communities who want to make better site decisions. We know what sets our tool apart: it’s easy to use, it’s powerful yet accessible for users who aren’t analysts, and it is data agnostic—so you can use third-party data as well as your own data for better market and site selection analytics.
SiteSeer knows market research, retail real estate, site selection and more, but we never purport to know more about an industry than those working in it day in, day out. That’s why when we wanted to dig deeper into the state of commercial real estate in the United States, we decided to turn to two experts in our network to get their insights.
Stories of the current shortage of workers in the United States are all over the news right now. With the economy starting to reopen, this unusual predicament could be blamed on many things, but many say it is a combination of expanded unemployment benefits and lingering COVID-19 fears making some reluctant to return to the customer-facing workforce.
Just before the calendar flipped to 2021, Albertsons Companies made a big announcement regarding its grocery delivery service.