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Could you make a difference and help to improve access, and opportunity to the sector through education?
The Revo Educational Trust’s purpose is to provide education and training for those interested in accessing opportunities, in the retail and leisure property community. Our education offering is open to all members of the public.
The Trust’s projects aim ...
We’re flying across the pond, a rather large one at that, and heading stateside to see the retail delights Washington, D.C and New York City have to offer!
Our sneakers are packed, city maps uncrumpled and we’re collecting up our loose cents for what is set to be our most exciting trip yet as we gain insight into the current retail property market and what’s in store for the future of these two exciting cities.
Mixed-use? Check. Urban Regeneration? You got it. Cutting-edge ...
The course - which is the first of its kind - was designed in partnership with the Revo Educational Trust, and was developed to support those who are looking to progress in their retail/leisure role to management level.
Davinder Jhamat, our Head of Research and Education reveals more about the qualification, and who it is suited to.
Gain insightful perspectives of what it’s going to be like beyond Brexit from different experts from our community. Challenge our panel with your concerns and questions. Join the debate and face up to the future with confidence ...
Whats on the programme?
It’s THE must attend for anyone and everyone involved in the management and operation of retail property and placemaking.
We’re heading in an exciting new direction and hope you’ll join us on our journey! Be part of it on Wednesday 3 - Thursday 4 April.
Connect and learn with 500+ place management and operations ...
On top of that, we’re seeing changes in the nature of car ownership as people opt for alternatives, such as car sharing, cycling and public transport.
This event will provide an opportunity to consider current thinking and research on electric vehicles, explore ...
We'll also be focusing on constructive solutions to homelessness and how our community can contribute positively to a solution!
The Level 4 industry diploma, with its first intake starting in January 2019, will provide a blended learning course delivered by Solent University, a leading provider of industry education and training with a focus on the practical side of higher education.
The part time course will be ...
Connect with over 2,500 senior decision makers from across our diverse and progressive retail property and placemaking industry. Do deals. Learn. Socialise.
We're absolutely delighted to join 14 national organisations representing retail property and placemaking across Europe and the globe and in doing so allowing for a more collaborative, strategic and mutually beneficial relationship that will advance the interests of our global community.
We're joining the following countries:
Not really sure what Revo membership gets you? We managed to get hold of Rebecca Ward at FrogBox Marketing to continue our story of Suzy our (almost) fairytale member.
What did she get up to with Revo? Have a watch below!
With over 300,000 people homeless in the UK, this is a crisis that we simply cannot afford to turn our backs on. Not only is homelessness a huge issue we're facing, it’s getting worse. Rough sleeping has increased by ...
Terrorists have a rich arsenal of attack methods at their disposal. Using vehicles as weapons of attack seems to be a current favored tactic, therefore all crowded spaces are a potential vulnerability.
Our biggest enemy is complacency; we must all remain motivated and vigilant against all forms of ...
The story of Suzy our (almost) fairytale member continues!
We're on a mission to expand our community and have been pushing a membership campaign over the past 7 months.
You can watch the newest video below.
You’ll hear from the industry’s most innovative players, who through their unique businesses and talents are embracing and transforming our dynamic retail property and placemaking community.
Be inspired. Be transfixed. Be astounded. Our conference programme is a roller-coaster of insight, interaction and enlightenment. Plus, it'll reward you with 19 hours CPD.
Over the past 6 months we've released videos, featuring some willing member volunteers, reading a story of an imaginary member called Suzy from Bushy Bratley and all the benefits she recieves.
View our most recent one here with Jaya Relwani from Ellandi!
Benefit from a special 20% discount on the ticket price. Attend Retail Revolution 2018 - A look into London Retail's Crystal Ball on Thursday 12 July, 07:30 - 10:30.
Covering topics such as:
Our current attendee list, growing daily. Senior representatives from BNP Paribas Real Estate, Lothbury Investment Management, Orion UK Retail Services, Quintain and SEGRO already attending.
Our jam-packed exhibition floor plan. 95% of space already sold with Cheshire West and Chester Council, Global Mutual, Invest in Hull and ...
They are recruiting 90 organisations, brands and figureheads from across the public, private and 3rd sector - currently including Calm, Westfield, WhatWeSee, Met, CBI, Teach First, London First - who will TAKE:90 this summer!
The aim is to seed the phrase ’taking 90’ seconds into our culture so it becomes a recognised and acceptable thing to do to channel anger appropriately, just like the phrase 'designated ...
Understanding and responding to the complexities of homelessness is a challenging endeavour for retail property and the communities we serve.
It is evident that there is a multitude of approaches, campaigns and stakeholders involved in understanding and helping the homeless. It is a burning social issue and one closely ...
Interested in membership? You can find out more information and join us here
Covering investments and developments shaping the next decade, the questions being answered are:
The first panel will focus on the economic, social and business benefits of genuinely diverse organisations, looking at the changes our industry can expect in the future and how companies can address the headwinds that hamper progress. The second session will focus on inclusive placemaking, the communities ...
Following her own struggles setting up a social enterprise, Elisicia swore that she wouldn’t allow others to suffer the same fate and now helps local entrepreneurs, mainly from disadvantaged backgrounds, to get started.
Elisicia and her team started out in the West 12 Centre (Shepherd’s Bush) where they ...
Connect with over 2,500 senior decision makers from across our diverse and progressive retail property and placemaking industry. This is the largest gathering of our community in the UK – all the people and businesses that together create, deliver, operate and occupy great places for work, rest and play.
How much? Member priority tickets are just £395 until Friday 20 April! Not a Revo member? Sorry, tickets ...
We know there is a lot of wonderful work already happening but we hope we can support you to do more. Did you know that 21% of the population lives with a disability and that the Purple Pound is worth £249 billion?!
We’ve worked with our committed members as part of a cross-disciplined Working Group to develop a new toolkit for those looking after retail places. ...
Towns and cities are at the heart of everything we do, from business right through to community. The UK will only flourish if we protect, invest and nurture our urban landscape and meeting the challenges and opportunities posed by the digital economy.
Revo will continue to press the case for our industry just as the ...
Ever since we rebranded to Revo, we've been working hard to raise our game.
We’re committed to enhancing and improving our output in order to support our community to succeed.
There’s been some good stuff since last ...
The ten pillars offer a foundation around which to build a modern industrial strategy but the importance of place and placemaking in this debate must not be eschewed. Without physical real estate – both an industry of itself and an enabler of other industries – and supporting infrastructure, a modern industrial strategy cannot be realised.
UCEM has decided to stop offering the Retail Asset Management Programme (including the Certificate of Higher Education Retail Destination Management and Foundation degree Retail Asset Management).
This has resulted from consultation with employers which ...
This has been possible due to the huge support of many shopping places including Highcross Leicester, Friars Walk Newport, The Pyramids Birkenhead and Meadowhall Sheffield.
The new apprentices, Samantha Harrison, Ross Faben and Jack Bradley will join Meadowhall Shopping Centre’s management team and retailers for the 12-month programme to achieve a Level 2 Apprenticeship in Retail.
The year-long ...
The campaign will showcase the contribution of the retail property sector by highlighting inspiring individuals and initiatives taking place around the country.
We are open to ideas and potential partnerships to enhance the campaign so ...
Ellandi will join Hammerson, which piloted the scheme in 2015 and has now committed to a second year with Retail Path at Highcross Leicester shopping centre. Ellandi will roll out the apprenticeship programme for the first time at The Strand in Bootle, where the apprentice ...
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Having recently met with the Minister of State for Skills and Equalities, Nick Boles MP, I was encouraged to hear that apprenticeships are not just coming back into fashion, but indeed are here with a vengeance and creeping their way back up on the government’s agenda. And it’s serious this time! Particularly as our good Minister ...
EVENT ROUND UP
Conference chair Dan Innes, Managing Director of Innesco, kicked off proceedings with a brief introduction to BCSC and details of the students one year free BCSC membership. I’m sure all you BCSC members would agree this offer provides the ...
Congratulations to all the Graduates of the CEM Diploma in Shopping Centre Management
Graduates came from far and wide:
Canary Wharf Management Ltd Mill Gate Shopping Centre, Bury
Fulham Broadway Retail Centre, London
Willow Place & Corby Town Centre, Northamptonshire Websters, Birmingham
Chilterns Shopping Centre, High Wycombe
King Sturge, Guildford
East Kilbride Shopping Centre, East Kilbride
C.UK Security Services Ltd, Surrey
Freeport Braintree Outlet Village, ...