Consumer shifts, innovations and technological developments are forcing retail & leisure brands to re-evaluate their business models and the ways in which they engage with consumers. Nowhere is this more evident than in the West End.
New West End Economics is the destination insights unit for London’s West End. Delivered by New West End Company, the unit provides expert in-depth analysis on the fast-moving retail and leisure market.
Built on exclusive primary insights and supported by secondary sources, the unit presents a unique market view of the performance of London’s West End – anchored by Bond, Oxford and Regent Street and the 74 surrounding streets.
New West End Economics primary insights are published weekly, monthly and bi-annually.
Our insights are available free of charge to all Occupier (retail, hotel, restaurants) & Property BID members. Other organisations have the option to apply for a Corporate Partnership. To find out more about our different partnership levels and their many benefits, please contact Alice Murphy.
This report explores the future of bricks-and-mortar retail through the consumers’ lens, identifying trends, challenges and tangible opportunities linking with the wider global innovation trends and also focusing on London’s West End. It also covers five themes of consumer disruption and relevant innovations with key takeaways.
Click here to listen to the podcast, where Chief Executive, Jace Tyrrell joins James Bidwell, Chairman at Springwise and Oliver Wayman, Co-Founder of Bottle Top to discuss the future of retail.
Unlocking a once-in-a-generation opportunity
New West End Company has commissioned a leading report with Arup which explores how London’s West End will grow with over £4 billion additional spend in the key customer catchment areas when the multi-billion pound rail service opens.
Find out how businesses can benefit from this unprecedented change.
Head of Insights
How do members use our insights?
- Stay on top of the latest developments
- Support investment proposals
- Benchmark store, restaurant & hotel performance
- More effectively plan their staffing rota
- Understand changes in consumer behaviour
- Support new location planning activity
- Measure campaign performance