Now in its fifth year, the EMEA Fit Out Cost Guide is widely regarded as an industry benchmark. It provides market-leading insights and data to clients, providing invaluable support when it comes to location and fit out decisions. The EMEA edition is part of a global suite of guides, designed to support our clients wherever they do business.
This year's edition covers 64 locations. Key features including different specifications, technology and furniture costs, and moves and relocations, are continued, while details around workplace have been updated in line with current trends.
The traditional and agile layouts featured in this year’s Guide have also been updated, to reflect client demands, including innovative space and furniture solutions.
The technology sector has been one of the strongest drivers of European office markets over recent years. In this report, we invite commercial real estate investors and technology companies to explore our insights into the location and character of tech hubs across Europe; to enhance understanding of the fundamental characteristics of tech clusters; and to identify future opportunities among highperforming, and emerging, tech cities.
•Sixth annual research report which surveys key real estate decision makers to provide invaluable insight into business strategy, real estate mandate and workplace trends that are impacting the industry, while reporting what trends are being predicted for the occupier market over the next 48 months.
In spring 2015, we surveyed 22,000 consumers across 22 markets in Europe, South Africa and the UAE, to understand their perceptions of Food & Beverage (F&B) within a shopping centre environment. The over-arching question we wanted to answer was if the role of Food & Beverage in a shopping centre is changing and how.
The report explores:
What consumers are looking for in the future
Why many centres are currently under-spaced when it comes to a compelling food and beverage offer
What the future is for the food court
The potential cost in terms of reduced frequency of visit, lower dwell times and lack of engagement if the food and beverage offer does not meet consumer's expectations
The importance of Food & Beverage should not be underestimated. A third of consumers visit a shopping centre just to eat and drink and we believe that will increase to half of all consumers. Getting the F&B offer right is mandatory, with two thirds of consumers stating that it is an important consideration in choosing where to shop.