The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres & Retailers announces the release of the retail people Magazine Q3 Issue

A must read and heartfelt story that will inspire you

The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres Retailers announces the release of the retail people Magazine Q3 Issue

Dubai: The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres & Retailers (MECS+R), the long-standing and largest retail trade body in the Middle East launch its 3rd Quarter Edition of the Retail People Magazine – Embracing the Kingdom, its People and Retail.

David Macadam, CEO of the MECS+R says, “It is necessary to understand what is happening in our industry, and the best way to do this is to acquire knowledge through the Retail People Magazine. Each quarter, we deliver the most relevant information we believe is essential to our members and readers and on the next edition, the 28th Issue of RPM, we are proud to showcase and feature the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

We are honored to have Konrad Kolankiewicz, Chief Operating Officer from Kinan, to be our featured cover story. Here, Konrad tells us a story about his experience living in Saudi and the sincere hospitality, care and openness received from the people. He believes that KSA will not only play a dominant role in the Gulf Region, but will open its doors to the world with iconic projects that will accelerate the economic growth of the Kingdom as well as diversify its economy. A must read and heartfelt story that will inspire you.

In this edition, we bring to you two important special reports by CBRE and Reogma, as well as Shopping Centre updates from Doha Festival City, Kinan, Sky Mall from Mudon Ahlia and Hili Mall.

More insightful and informative featured articles about sustainability, retail global expansions, F&B updates and latest retail news are available in this quarterly issued magazine.

MECS+R and Retail People Magazine would like to thank all the advertisers and contributors who make this new edition come to life. Big thanks to:

  • Kinan                                                                                                
  • Wingstop
  • Yardi
  • Mudon Ahlia Real Estate
  • Saudi Bonyan Real Estate Investment Co.
  • Mall of Dilmunia
  • Future Food
  • CBRE

Read The Retail People Magazine Q3 Issue “Embracing the Kingdom, its People and Retail” Here

About The MECS+R:

Established in 1994, The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres, with its newly branded name The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres & Retailers (MECS+R), has grown over the years and has a strong and closely connected member base of over 1,100 industry professional from all over the Middle East & North Africa representing Retailers, Shopping Mall Owners, Developers, Marketing Managers, Leasing Managers & Specialists, Consultants, Property Managers, Financiers, Accountants, Government Officials and Industry Suppliers. MECS+R provides its members with unparalleled local and international business contacts and support through its network of international affiliates.


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