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Shopping Place

Introduction

 Market

 Malls

 E-shopping
 Traditional customer like to shop in market.
 Entire family likes to shop in mall.
 Children play games
 Parents buy grocery
 Grand parents would like to take walk
 E- shopping is still an emerging in India.
 Techno Saving Consumers
• The term shopping mall is usually applied to enclosed
retail structures.
• Shopping mall – a place where a collection
of shops all adjoin a pedestrian area – or an
exclusively pedestrianised street that allows shoppers
to walk without interference from vehicle traffic.
• Eg-
 In most of the world the term shopping centre is
used, especially in Europe, Australasia and South
America;
The word Shopping mall is used, predominantly
in North America and the Philippines.
Outside of North America, shopping
precinct and shopping arcade are also used.
Amusement
park at the
center of
the Mall of
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n,
Minnesota,
the largest
shopping
mallStates
 In Hong Kong, the term "shopping centre" is the
most frequently used, and the name of a shopping
centre in Hong Kong usually contains the word
"centre" or "plaza".

 The same is true for Portuguese-speaking Brazil,


though with American spelling "shopping center".
Shopping arcade in Tokyo, Japan
Classes

In many cases, regional and super-regional malls exist as


parts of large superstructures which often also include
office space, residential space, amusement parks and so
forth.
Regional

A regional mall is, per the International Council of


Shopping Centers, in the United States, a shopping
mall which is designed to service a larger area (15
miles) than a conventional shopping mall.
It is typically larger with 400,000 sq ft (37,000 m2) to
800,000 sq ft (74,000 m2) gross leasable area with at
least two anchor stores and offers a wider selection
of stores.
Regional malls are also found as tourist attractions in
vacation areas.
Super regional

 A super regional mall is, per the International Council


of Shopping Centers, in the U.S. a shopping mall with
over 800,000 sq ft (74,000 m2) of gross leasable area.

 Three or more anchors, mass merchant, more variety,


fashion apparel, and serves as the dominant shopping
venue for the region (25 miles) in which it is located.
Components

Food court

A common feature of shopping malls is a food court: this


typically consists of a number of fast food vendors of various
types, surrounding a shared seating area.

Department stores

Stand-alone stores

Multiplex
Why people like to go to Shopping
Malls?

 There are multiple people to meet. No matter what mall


you visit, there is always a group of people walking around.
Malls are one of the friendliest places. They are almost like
an indoor park.
 There is food. There should be no reason to leave a mall
too early. If anyone gets hungry, the food court is right
inside. We do not have to relocate or drive through that
busy line at McDonald's just to get a meal. The food court
is very beneficial to mall shoppers.
 We find everything needed at one stop. This is one of the
great benefits of shopping at malls. Everything we need is
more than likely in the mall. We don't have to waste
gallons of gas just to get everything done. The mall is our
one-stop shop.
 We get to walk around. Exercise is always a plus. While we
shop, we can get our exercise going on too. Most malls are
large enough to get at least a 30-minute workout. What a
win-win situation.
 There are a lot of different events and offers. If a certain
promotion, sale, or giveaway is being offered, the
companies know that the mall is the best place to target
people. You'd be surprised at how many offers are present
in the mall. One day you might get lucky or discover a
unique product.
 There is space for parking
The "Sevens" shopping mall in
Düsseldorf, Germany.
The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City,
in Arlington, Virginia, United States
 Beat the weather and still shop. Some people don't like to
go out because it may be too hot, rainy, or cold. In the
mall, the temperature is controlled to the right
temperature. You may forget all about the weather once
you are inside.
 There is always a place to sit down. If you ever get tired of
standing, there are always benches nearby. Most people
never get tired of shopping, but it is always nice to know
that we can stop and take a rest if we want to.
 We do not always have to spend our money. Just because
we go to the mall does not mean we have to buy
something. We could just hang out with our friends or
whomever we may be with. We could just check out the
latest fashion and all the free benefits of shopping at malls.
 We always find something we like or want to buy. It is
hard to go out to the mall and not find anything we like.
Even if we do not buy anything the same day, we will
eventually buy something that excites us. Its beneficial to
find something that we like so much
Cabot Circus in Bristol city centre,
England
 Malls are an easy and convenient addition to society.
With the presence of multiple stores in the same
location, consumers can buy their material needs and
wants without leaving the single overarching
structure.
 Malls, however, are a symbol of materialism and are
able to generate a wealth of capital simply by
displaying itself as a social hub.
 Many corporations place their retail stores in malls
because of the large numbers of people visiting malls
on a daily basis. Attractive window displays, customer
greetings, and special mall sales all play a part in
luring customers into spending money.
 Malls often house well-established franchises,
eliminating competition from small businesses.
 As malls become larger, they reduce the customers
needs and desires for stand-alone stores, causing
them to shop at malls where they are likely to
purchase items they did not intend and thus spend
more money.
 By bringing together popular franchises and chains,
malls show the consumer what they should want and
buy in order to elevate their social status and
appearance.
Interior of the Toronto Eaton
Centre in
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Westfield Carousel, in a suburb
of Perth, Australia
Name Location Year Size

Lido Mall Central Business District 120,000 sq ft (11,000 m2)

Leela Galleria Old Airport Road 110,000 sq ft (10,000 m2)

The Forum Value Mall Whitefield 300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2)

Garuda Mall CBD 2005 280,000 sq ft (26,000 m2)

Bangalore Central CBD; Jayanagar 275,000 sq ft (25,500 m2)


Garuda Mall Entrance, Bangalore
Total Mall 225,000 sq ft (20,900 m2)

Gopalan Mall Mysore Road 180,000 sq ft (17,000 m2)

Total Mall Old Airport Road 170,000 sq ft (16,000 m2)

Garuda Swagath Mall Jayanagar 170,000 sq ft (16,000 m2)

Cosmos Mall Whitefield 145,000 sq ft (13,500 m2)

The Collection UB City 130,000 sq ft (12,000 m2)

Mantri Square Malleswaram 2010 1,700,000 sq ft (158,000 m2)

The Forum Hosur Road 2004 625,000 sq ft (58,100 m2)

Sigma Mall Cunningham Road 120,000 sq ft (11,000 m2)

Near Meenakshi Temple, Bannerghatta


Royal Meenakshi Mall 422,000 sq ft (39,200 m2)
Road

Total Mall#5 Opp EMC2, Outer Ring Road June 2011


The Mantri Square (largest mall in
South Asia), Bangalore
The Forum, Banglore
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