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Shopping Mall

HOW ARE SHOPPING MALLS CHANGING OUR SOCIETY? Program: Addictions & community Support Worker Module: Communications Name: Ismail Erten Date: June 3, 2013 Instructor: Burns MacLeod Assignment # 1 HOW ARE SHOPPING MALLS CHANGING OUR SOCIETY ? * How much do you really know about shopping malls? * How are shopping malls changing your life? * Are you aware of the influence shopping malls may have on future generations? In just under the past fifty years, small family businesses...

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Synopsis on Shopping Mall

A SYNOPSIS ON To study the potential of shopping mall with special reference to Rewa city: Year 2011-2012 Submitted to Dr.AtulPandey Professor in-charge of BBA Programme Under the guidance ofMrs. Shikha Singh ChauhanFaculty of BBA | Submitted ByJaya PanjwaniB.B.A. (VIth Sem.) | Department of Business Administration A.P.S.U. Rewa (M.P.) ...

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advantage of shopping at mall

A shopping mall is a building or group of buildings that contains stores. The stores are connected by walkways so that consumers can easily walk between the stores. Malls can be built in an enclosed or open-air format. The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is an early shopping mall dating from the 15th century. In 1819,London opened a shopping center called the Burlington Arcade. Milan, Italy built a shopping center in the 1860s called the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. In the United States, people began...

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Synopsis on Shopping Mall

Synopsis on SHOPPING MALL FOR ENUGU STATE The role of mall as a cultural hotspot A seminar course Submitted by ------------------------- REG NO: ---------------------- LECTURER: Dr. J.A DATE: APRIL 2012 Enugu state, popularly known as “Coal city state” is the capital of the South-East Nigeria, has a population of approximately 5.6million people is in dire need of a state of the art world class shopping centre where its cultural heritage, the ibo’s and Nigerians in general...

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A Network Enterprise Management System for Shopping Malls

for Shopping Malls CASE STUDY GICEL Shopping Mall, Accra. Background GICEL Shopping Mall is just like an advanced supermarket that sells mostly home products such as home appliances and cosmetics. It provides other services like selling ice creams, beverages and most food items used at home. The Mall sells products to customers categorized from children to adults. A Brief study of an Existing System During my decision to present this project topic, I surveyed several shopping malls, studied...

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Suburban Regional Shopping Malls: Can the Magic Be Restored?

1. Imagine yourself as the manager of a struggling local suburban regional shopping mall. What do you think the mall should do to improve its performance? To keep a local suburban regional shopping mall from reaching its decline, there are a few things that must be done to keep your mall relevant in today’s society. One must spend time and money during the maturity phase to keep with today’s trends. Getting more or newer department or anchor stores may help to draw in business. Then fill...

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Generation Y Adults' Shopping Mall Preference: in Malaysia Perspective

Generation Y adults love to visit the mall. They visit the shopping mall very frequent at least 1 – 2 times a week. However, Generation Y adults treat shopping mall activities as a social activity. They prefer hanging out with friends. Prior to that, they follow and tag along with peers' opinion. As a result, their expenditure increases as they shop with friends. They are also loyal customer that will constantly visit the same stores each time they visit the shopping mall. Surprisingly, older Generation...

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Shooping Malls

Disadvantages of Malls a) Over Spending by visitors, Shopping Malls are a drain of resources : Shopping malls incorporate a large number of products and services inside them. It is not always easy to go to a shopping mall and exit with only what you came to purchase. The temptation to browse is always present, and browsing often leads to buying things that are not needed. b) Electric energy is supplied to this industry too much. If we consider in the long way of the source of energy to continue...

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Shopping Malls

INTRODUCTION A shopping mall is a building or group of buildings that contains stores. The stores are connected by walkways so that consumers can easily walk between the stores. Malls can be built in an enclosed or open-air format. These malls have brought a new revolution in the world of shopping. Nowadays shopping is no longer limited to buying stuff that you require but now it has extended its sense to have lip smacking food along with enjoyment, fun, refreshment and entertainment. In malls all these...

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Advantages and disadvantages of shopping

Shopping Malls – Some Advantages As Well As Disadvantages Today shopping malls have totally evolved to catch up with the modern lifestyle of the human beings. Because most people love shopping and loves hanging out within its vicinity despite not buying anything, a lot of entrepreneurs are smitten to invest in this kind of business. Although this business is great and has a potential to generate big amount of profit, still there are some disadvantages you must note before venturing into this kind...

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