Food Is The New Black; How Dining and Customer Experience Is Revolutionising Retail


There is no greater example of a sector in rapid transformation than retail.

In less than a decade, social media and technology have swung the pendulum of power from retailer to consumer and the impacts are being felt across the globe.

From organic food culture and our fascination with celebrity chefs, to food-trucks, pop-up’s, food-delivery apps and - dare we say it - worldwide sensation

Salt Bae, it’s time to acknowledge that “food is the new black”.

A greater consumer appreciation for food - and more importantly, authentic experiences - is both a challenge and opportunity for the property industry.

What does it mean to create a meaningful place and a positive experience for the empowered consumer?

The Urban Developer, in partnership with Future Food, is delighted to welcome you to an intellectual feast onThe Importance of Experience and Customer-Centric Design in Delivering Successful Retail Precincts.

From Sydney’s Tramsheds to Westfield New York; Auckland’s Ponsonby Central to Brixton Market in the UK, Future Food’s Francis Loughran will take you on an informative and delicious journey around the world’s most successful retail precincts and provide insight into what, when, why and how these precincts emerged.  

Francis will also be joined by a panel of leading retail developers, investors and experts in a discussion to be moderated by Adam Di Marco, publisher and founder of The Urban Developer.

This is a must-attend event for anyone invested or involved in the retail or consumer sector.

The National Series will be hosted in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in May/June.

Make sure you avoid missing out by clicking this link to register your tickets.

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