7 - 12 May 2017
In an increasingly globalised business environment, key insights into the trends and developments within the international retail property and placemaking community is fundamental.
Revo’s international study tours present a unique platform for staying ahead of the market curve. Fascinating insights, learning and unique opportunities to further connections and make new contacts. Last year, we took over 20 industry colleagues to see the impressive regeneration of Singapore. Appetite, uptake and feedback was unrivalled so we’re pushing the boundaries even further in 2017.
Tokyo and Seoul is the location. Showcasing a dynamic and diverse blend of retail and leisure properties, catering concepts, digital technology, mixed use districts, brand flagships and individual concept stores and experiences. And all packed in to just 5 days.
Whatever your place in the retail property and placemaking community - whether developer, investor, agent, consultant, retail or leisure operator - this is a programme which will take you to see first-hand, some of the world’s leading urban and retail innovations. Unquestionably, these are rapidly expanding and fast moving environments we can all take inspiration from. And maximise business opportunities.
A number of leading companies and influencers have a substantial presence and portfolio in these destinations and will be sharing their direct market insights and trends.
Following the tour, participants will receive a detailed information pack to share with colleagues, spotlighting the multiple projects seen. The tour itinerary is not limited to, but will include*:
The Park-Ing, Ginza - A concept store in the basement of the Sony building! The Park-Ing is a selection of shops including some of Japan’s hottest apparel brands.
Roppongi Hills - A city within a city! Minoru Mori’s integrated vision of a high-rise, inner-urban community/mini-city, where people can live, work, play and shop in one place to reduce commuting time.
Omotesando Hills - An urban development with six stories above ground and another six stories below ground, with a blend of retail and residential.
Ginza Six - Opening in April 2017, be one of the first to see this large scale mixed used facility.
Marunouchi BRICK SQUARE - Its concept is “comfort” and offers a new means of relaxation with unique fashions stores and world-renowned restaurants.
Samsung D’light Experience - An amalgamation of the words "digital" and "light", this brand flagship leads consumers to a whole new lifestyle through digital technology.
Common Ground - 200 shipping containers become a market blending a host of retail and F&B pop ups, performances and creative exhibitions.
Lotte World Tower - Standing at 556m, the tower contains a mix a gallery, cafés, a luxury hotel, a Skywalk and observation deck. Lotte World Mall is located next to the tower - one of the top shopping attractions in Seoul.
Sun 7 May – PM: Group meet and greet
Mon 8 May – Tokyo
Tues 9 May – Tokyo
Weds 10 May - AM: Fly to Seoul
Thurs 11 May – Seoul
Fri 12 May – Seoul
Prices include 5 nights’ accommodation (Tokyo x 3, Seoul x 2) but do not include flights.
Extra night accommodation on Friday 12 May available at additional cost, please contact Beth Wilson for details.
Photo courtesy of Harrison:Fraser
* Final programme to be confirmed