Research Posts

How to put in a Research Request with RetailSphere™

Putting in a research request with RetailSphere™ is a breeze. Here’s how. There are two types of research requests: (1) a research request for information on the retailer or company and (2) putting a contact verification request to, as it sounds, verify a contact. The beauty of either a research request or a contact verification […]

How our On-demand Research team works

A Peek into the Inner Workings of the RetailSphere™ Research Team The RetailSphere™ research team operates on a multifaceted approach, blending cutting-edge marketing automation with the human element to delve deep into the intricacies of the retail commercial real estate landscape to get expansion plans and contact information for our clients. Their goal: To uncover […]

Closer look: A Q&A with a member of the RetailSphere™ On-demand research department

Each day our research department gets research requests from commercial real estate companies looking for retailers looking to expand, contacts to call or a space to inquire about. Our team speaks to hundreds of retail contacts, site selectors and center owners to determine expansion needs and opportunities. Today we put one of them under the […]

RetailSphere’s latest Expanding Retailers

RetailSphere has thousands of expanding retailers and the contacts for reaching out Each day, RetailSphere’s on-demand research team speaks to hundreds of site selectors about their expansion plans and demographics. Here are five we talked to this week about their specific plans. Sally Beauty Supply LLC -  Sally informed our researchers they are open to […]

Kohls is Ready to Bounce-Back in 2021

After a year like 2020, it sounds foolish to claim knowledge of what the new year will look like. With the pandemic still causing uncertainty across the country, retailers are leaning in to what they’ve learned over the past 12 months and how they can bounce back better than ever. And Kohl's is ahead of […]

How do you know your retail database has accurate data?

Finding the right retailer to complement your center’s tenant mix consists of more than crossing your fingers, then plunging into an internet search for likely candidates. You need data, and plenty of it. This means you also need access to a quality database. A basic database should, at minimum, offer C-Suite members, headquarters locations and […]

The real value of having an on-demand research team

When you sign up with Retailsphere, you are getting access to a robust retailer tenant database that is constantly updated by our world-class research team. You also get direct access to these researchers as each subscription comes with custom monthly research requests. We’ve previously taken a look at why you should want a research team, […]

Why do you need a Retail Research Team?

You’ve bought a new retail contact list hoping it will include a few critical brands. You finally get a chance to comb through it and you’re missing several of the contacts you needed most, plus the ones that are present seem to be old. Sound familiar?Knowing you have up-to-date and correct information is important when […]

How Is Big Data Impacting Retail Real Estate

As the retail industry paves new paths to growth, data-fueled business intelligence can help tenants and shopping center owners alike make smarter decisions. To unlock the insights you need, it’s helpful to understand the value of big data for real estate brokers, tenants, landlords, and investors.  What is big data, and how can you use […]

Are you Expanding? The Best Kept Secret in Retail

Retailsphere’s™ on-demand research team returns actionable expansion data in an average of 24 hours Retailsphere’s™ research team, aka the best kept secret in retail, gets right to business when reaching out to site selectors, tenant reps, brokers, and landlords, amongst others. And in most cases, the team is on a first name basis with the […]
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