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Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
Ulotka   Shopping Centres In Central Europe 2008 2011
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  • 1. Shopping centres in Central Europe 2008 Construction market analysis and development forecasts for 2008-2011 Publication date: October 2008 Language: English
  • 2. www.ceeretail.com A word from the author “Favourable macroeconomic factors, booming retail markets and underdeveloped shopping centre supply relative to Western Europe, have made Central Europe a very enticing region for retail space developers. In Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria shopping centres costing almost €3.0bn are expected to open in 2008. In 2009 the outlays are expected to double. Still the six countries of the region offer noticeably different market conditions and channels for its further development. The Polish, Hungarian and Czech retail markets are closest to maturity, while the Central European newcomers (Romania and Bulgaria in particular) are seen to be some five-to-ten years behind the region's leaders, and thus present significant opportunities for the development of modern retail space, including shopping centres. Indeed, at present the bulk of shopping centre construction in Central Europe is generated by Romania and Bulgaria. Nevertheless, there is still a great deal of shopping centre construction activity in Poland. While in the first two countries shopping centre developers are at the stage of establishing their presence, in all other Central European markets, given the mounting competition, investors have to employ more and more sophisticated and innovative forms of retail distribution in order to attract shoppers.” Małgorzata Machnicka, Head Retail Analyst 2
  • 3. www.ceeretail.com PMR MarketInsight Methodology This report was prepared using PMR's MarketInsight Methodology. PMR MarketInsight is a methodology developed by PMR which assists in the complex preparation of industry reports. It defines the ways in which data should be collected for such reports and outlines the methods to be used in analysing the information collected in order to obtain a true picture of the market in question. It also contains special procedures to follow in the case of incomplete market. PMR MarketInsight precisely defines report content and structure. Industry reports prepared using PMR MarketInsight are based on information from a variety of available statistical, industry (specialist press, the internet), general and official sources as well as information from PMR's own database and primary research independently carried out by PMR. The sources we use are individually tailored to each project. PMR MarketInsight is the result of over 10 years of experience in conducting industry analysis on Central and Eastern European markets. PMR MarketInsight M e t h o d o l o g y 3
  • 4. www.ceeretail.com At the end of 2008, Report description in the largest cities of 6 countries in Our report presents the shopping centre market in Central Europe in terms of available gross leasable Central Europe there area (GLA) as well as existing schemes and those in the pipeline. In particular, the report covers Poland, will be over 280 Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. The report also profiles important developers and investors, as well as contractors in the region. Key coverage includes market development forecasts shopping centers up to 2011, as well as analysis of attractive locations in each country for further shopping schemes of more than introduction. 10,000 m2 up and running. see how to order 4
  • 5. www.ceeretail.com Key sections Between 2007 and 2009, shopping Executive summary centre GLA is Macroeconomic overview and comparative analysis expected to grow Demographics n by some 60% in Economic growth n Central Europe, with n market Labour Bulgaria and Retail market n Romania growing their supplies by over 350% and Comparative analysis of shopping centre market in Central Europe, 2007-2009 210%, respectively. n size GLA and number of shopping schemes and growth, 2007-2009 Market n development history Market Development drivers n Key trends n Investment market overview n ndevelopers/investors in Central Europe and their largest projects, prominent contractors Major n shopping centres in Central Europe Largest see how to order 5
  • 6. www.ceeretail.com Development forecasts for 2009-2011 In Slovakia, Bulgaria and Romania, Shopping centre construction market forecasts, total Central Europe and particular countries n formats such as n investments in new shopping centres in Central Europe Planned factory outlets and retail parks are almost non-existent Country profiles (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria) but with the rapid Key macroeconomic, n demographic, labour Profiles n of important and retail market data developers/investors maturing of these n of existing shopping centre market situation Review n of important contractors Profiles markets, specialist u total shopping centre gross leasable n of shopping centres saturation Analysis shopping centres area (GLA) 2007-2009 in largest cities are likely to appear u GLA per 1,000 citizens u centre availability H1 2008 shopping from 2010 onwards. and 2011 u total number of shopping centres in operation 2007-2009 u largest shopping centres u new shopping centre GLA u GLA per 1,000 citizens, H1 2008 u centre construction value shopping and 2011 u average shopping centre GLA u the pipeline by 2011 projects in u largest shopping centres u “white spots” identification u largest projects in the pipeline see how to order 6
  • 7. www.ceeretail.com An essential read for: Romania is in the  top management n and marketing departments of retail companies active or considering entry to lead in terms of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania or Bulgaria average GLA per companies either already active or considering launching operations on the construction market in n shopping mall Central Europe launched developers, contractors and investors n in Central Europe. architects and consultants interested in the Central European market. n This report is an invaluable resource for any company active in or considering entry to the Central European construction or retail sectors. see how to order 7
  • 8. www.ceeretail.com Selected PMR Clients: 8
  • 9. About PMR Ltd. Sp. z o.o. PMR Publications provides reliable market intelligence for business professionals interested in Central and Eastern European countries. Publications by PMR analyse the business climate in the region, in particular in the construction, retail, IT, telecommunications and pharmaceutical sectors. PMR Publications offers both free and paid subscription newsletters, internet news portals and in- depth reports. To find out more about Poland and Central Eastern European countries please visit www.polishmarket.com and www.ceemarket.com as well as the regional and national sector portals dedicated to construction (www.constructionpoland.com, www.constructionrussia.com), IT and telecom (www.itandtelecompoland.com, www.ictrussia.com), retail (www.retailpoland.com, www.ceeretail.com, www.russiaretail.com) and pharma (www.pharmapoland.com). PMR Publications is a division of PMR Ltd. (www.pmrcorporate.com), a publishing, consulting and market research company providing information, advice and services to international businesses interested in Central and Eastern Europe. With highly skilled staff, top ranked web sites and over ten years of experience, PMR is one of the largest companies of its type in the region. PMR Ltd. Sp. z o.o., ul. Supniewskiego 9, 31-527 Krakow, Poland Questions about ordering? Contact our sales department: tel. /48/ 12 618 90 30 fax /48/ 12 618 90 08 e-mail: sales@pmrcorporate.com www.pmrpublications.com
  • 10. SUBSCRIPTION CARD TO ORDER RETURN THE FORM TO US VIA FAX ON: /48/ 12 618 90 08 Please send me Shopping centres in Central Europe 2008 Construction market analysis and development forecasts for 2008-2011 Publication date: October 2008 Language: English Single user licence* 5-user licence** Corporate licence*** Global licence**** 1 English €2000 €3000 €4000 €5000 YOUR LICENCE * By ordering a “single user licence” the client is purchasing the right to use the publication on one computer workstation only. Any copying, distribution or dissemination of the electronic publication via a computer network (in part or in whole) is strictly prohibited. Delivered by e-mail in PDF format. ** By ordering a “5-user licence” the client is purchasing a licence authorising the copying, distribution and dissemination of the electronic publication via a computer network (in part or in whole) among a maximum of 5 people within the company indicated on the order form (including all company subsidiaries in a single country location). Delivered by e-mail in PDF format. *** By ordering a “company licence” the client is purchasing a licence authorising the unrestricted copying, distribution and dissemination of the electronic publication (in part or in whole) via a computer network solely within the company indicated on the order form (including all company subsidiaries in a single country location). CD delivered by courier. CD version contains PDF version of the report plus an extra file with all the graphs and tables in a copiable format easy to use in your own analyses, presentations, etc. **** By ordering a “global licence” the client is purchasing a licence authorising the unrestricted copying, distribution and dissemination of the electronic publication (in part or in whole) via a computer network solely within the organisation indicated on the order form, regardless of country location. CD delivered by courier. CD version contains PDF version of the report plus an extra file with all the graphs and tables in a copiable format easy to use in your own analyses, presentations, etc. 2 If your contact details are different to the invoicing details, please fax them to us together with the completed order form. Mr Mrs Ms INVOICING DETAILS Last Name First Name Job title Company Country Invoicing address E-mail Tel./Fax Core business EU VAT Number 3 Subscription will be invoiced in PLN at current exchange rates. Polish clients need to add 22% VAT. Foreign clients will be invoiced in EURO. MONEY TRANSFER TO: CREDIT CARD: PAYMENT FORM PMR Ltd. Sp. z o.o. Diners Club Visa Eurocard / Mastercard American Express For Polish clients: Account to be charged and currency Raiffeisen Bank Polska S.A. (Credit card charges will be made in PLN at current exchange rates) ul. Armii Krajowej 18, 30-150 Krakow Account number: 36 1750 1048 0000 0000 0758 5225 Name of card owner For foreign clients: Credit Card No Raiffeisen Bank S.A., ul. Armii Krajowej 18, 30-150 Krakow Valid until Account number: PL 92 1750 1048 0000 0000 0758 5284 SWIFT CODE: RCBWPLPW Billing address of card 4 Correspondence address E-mail / Tel. to accounting I undertake to contact PMR Ltd. within seven days should I not receive any of the copies. In sending this form I authorise PMR Ltd. Sp. z o.o. to invoice me without my signature and to use the company details on the form for processing my subscription (Ustawa o ochronie danych osobowych Dz. U. nr 133/97, poz. 883) Signature: only signed forms can be processed Thank you! We will contact you soon to confirm your order. PMR Ltd. Sp. z o. o., tel. /48/ 12 618 90 00, fax /48/ 12 618 90 08, e-mail: sales@pmrcorporate.com, ul. Supniewskiego 9, 31-527 Kraków, Polska NIP number: 676-20-95-189, destination of region court: Sąd Rejonowy dla Krakowa-Śródmieścia w Krakowie XI Wydział Gospodarczy Krajowego Rejestru Sądowego, KRS number: 0000057694, the amount of company’s nominal capital: one hundred and thirty thousand 221007

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