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Cracking the Language Barrier: When is Hospitality Not Hospitality

Cracking the Language Barrier: When is Hospitality Not Hospitality

WHEN IS HOSPITALITY NOT HOSPITALITY? When it’s in the United States. 

Now before you think we are taking a shot at our American friends, I assure you we are not.  We talk a lot about Hospitality here at Future Food, so it is interesting to note that what we think it means is not a universal definition.

Positioning Your Shopping Centre’s Food & Hospitality For The Future (CONTINUED)

Positioning Your Shopping Centre’s Food & Hospitality For The Future (CONTINUED)

Dining out is so much more than food on a plate – think street-labels, authentic flavours and eclectic food offers all amounting to memorable customer experiences. These are the key elements to develop the food and hospitality within our shopping centres and mixed-use developments, to cater to the needs of our growing cities, the spend potential of millennials and how food is a crucial anchor for many shopping centres.

Positioning Your Shopping Centre’s Food & Hospitality For The Future

Positioning Your Shopping Centre’s Food & Hospitality For The Future

Mall Developer’s recipe for success – The Key Ingredients? FOOD, HOSPITALITY, ENTERTAINMENT & BEAUTIFUL SPACES!

Shopping Centres are Living Centres, around the world. As Shopping centres are changing rapidly, food and hospitality is central to the business case, physical environments are crucial in creating the Centre’s Point of Difference (P.O.D.).

EAT. DRINK...EVERYWHERE

EAT. DRINK...EVERYWHERE

“Food and hospitality has evolved into much more than just eating, it has become part of our customers’ lives and the communities in which we serve it” Francis Loughran, MD, Future Food

Authentic & Honest Food, Service, Entertainment & Community

Authentic & Honest Food, Service, Entertainment & Community

Authentic and Honest Food, Service, Entertainment and Community – these are the cornerstones for future retail centres and mixed use developments of all sizes.

Today’s requirements for living, shopping and eating have changed. The broad construct of lifestyle has been integrated into retail and this needs to be reflected in the food, hospitality and entertainment. I think by now we have all moved on from the brick versus clicks dilemma and realised that retail centres are alive and well and have a bright future provided they can change and evolve with their customers.