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Driving me crazy: will falling car ownership mean a rethink of retail destinations?

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Urban consumers – especially younger ones – are abandoning the car. What does this mean for retailers, high streets and shopping centres? How can design help maintain the appeal of the shopping trip, when carrying home purchases isn’t an option?

This webinar will ask where future consumers will want to go shopping and how they might get there, consider what other activities they might want to mix with their shopping, and ask what the retail sector should be doing to prepare.

We ask:

  • What does reduced car use and ownership mean for the location and design of retail destinations?
  • Do retailers and developers need to offer new services?
  • Will increased use of other transport methods fundamentally change the nature of shopping trips?


Matthew Valentine

Editor - Retail Design World

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