Retail Space Europe 2010 unveiled at MAPIC (FR)

The third annual edition of Retail Space Europe 2010 was officially launched in Cannes at MAPIC on November 18th. Marinus Dijkman, President of REP and Editor-in-Chief of Retail Space Europe, proudly presented the latest copy of the Yearbook to Ermine Amies, Managing Director of ICSC Europe.


Ermine Amies, Managing Director ICSC Europe, receiving her copy of Retail Space Europe from Marinus Dijkman, President REP.

This 516 page collaborative effort between REP (Real Estate Publishers) and ICSC has been widely proclaimed as the single most comprehensive source of information related to the retail property industry.

Together with an elite group of retail real estate experts, REP's staff has successfully provided a richly illustrated, fact-filled handbook, essential for developers, investors, managers, architects, or anyone with an interest in the European retail industry. Retail Space Europe 2010 provides a broad picture of the retail market place in Europe, with detailed descriptions of new and upcoming shopping centers, the latest industry trends, developments, research, leading market players, and company information.

Hot topics in the third edition include an interview with Kjell Nordstrom, one of the world's top management thinkers, and REP's exclusive Asset Management Roundtable.

Retail Space Europe is supported by the website www.retailspace-europe.comand a free daily or weekly newsletter.

REP is a multi-media publishing, research and consultancy firm with a pan-European scope and an international orientation. REP's European and national yearbooks are distributed across the globe. REP specializes in real estate media, including books, websites and newsletters, that serve as a strictly objective, up-to-date reference source for the real estate business.

Founded in 1957, ICSC is the premier global trade association for the shopping center industry. It has more than 60,000 members in 70 countries, with over 150 staff members in offices in Washington DC, Toronto, London, Beijing, Singapore, and Mexico City.

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