The Coronavirus has put some segments of retail, like grocery stores, in the spotlight and some under the microscope as large brands across the nation continue to file for bankruptcy. As more brands vacate space, shuttering locations where expenses outpace revenue for month after month in the beginning of 2020; it has made shopping center owners and retail brokers begin asking what type of retail can survive and thrive in this new environment.
One way they are answering this question is by signing up for Retailsphere. As the world’s largest database dedicated to the retail ecosystem, Retailsphere’s platform includes tools to assist landlords find, target and market to tenants thriving in today's challenging retail environment.
During April 2020, Retailsphere had its largest month of growth to date, growing their user base by 400%. While many products in the retail environment have been struggling to on-board new users, Retailsphere’s robust information set and ease of use has many shopping center owners, managers and real estate brokers joining the ranks of users who have already seen how much easier digital prospecting and tenant attraction can be with Retailsphere.
Retailsphere was started to provide more comprehensive retailer data than any other platform available in the retail industry. Retailsphere’s retailer profiles give shopping center owners, landlords, commercial real estate brokers, and developers, the data they need to analyze the market and make strategic business decisions when approaching potential retail tenants. Founded in 2018, Retailsphere has more accurate data in dozens of metro areas across the United States than any other tenant database on the market.