Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/226127
Title: NEW AGE RETAIL TENANTS - A NEW PHENOMENON
Authors: TAN TIAN POH
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: TAN TIAN POH (2004). NEW AGE RETAIL TENANTS - A NEW PHENOMENON. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Over the past five years, there is a phenomenon of local shopping malls redefining their retail space to accommodate New Age Retail Tenants upon the exit of some Anchor Tenants who have been dominant for decades. Shopping centre managements are having an arduous task seeking replacement for these Anchor Tenants whom for a long time, have been perceived as backbones of shopping malls. In view of the above, this research seeks to investigate this new phenomenon through the shoppers' image of Anchor Tenants and New Age Retail Tenants. The study found that the image structures of the two tenant types as differing. The research further tested for the impact of socio-demographic factors on consumers' preference of retail tenant type and among the socio-demographic factors, age showed the most significant impact. Further analysis broke down the age groups into two general age groups. The discrete choice analysis showed the individual preference of retail tenant type. The research findings indicated Anchor Tenants and New Age Tenants have different target group and thus possible to co-exist in a shopping mall. New Age Retail Tenants have not evolved to replace Anchor Tenants. In fact, with their entry to the local retail landscape have brought an alternative option for mall managers to rejuvenate the shopping centres of Singapore.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/226127
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