Retail Landlords and Tenants: Exploring Their Changing Relationship
Date: Thursday, July 26, 2018 | 11AM PT / 2PM ET
Retail is changing, that we all know. Shoppers, armed with all the product information they’ll ever need and an almost unlimited number of shopping alternatives, are demanding retail keep up with their change of pace, and both brands and shopping center operators have taken notice.
But, how is the very nature of the relationship between retailers and landlords changing?
In this installment of the 2018 RetailNext Webinar Series, participants will discuss and explore new trends related to:
- Continually evolving lease agreements and terms
- Assorting brands and store portfolios to boost the overall health of the shopping center
- Openly sharing and exchanging data between brands and mall operators
- Drawing shoppers through entertainment and lifestyle interests
VP, Consumer Marketing & Partnership
In his role at PREIT, Bil Ingraham is responsible for driving revenue and sales performance through transparency, collaboration, cultural transformation, and digital evolution. Bil is a highly motivated sales and marketing leader with more than 13 years of business development, sales and shopper marketing experience, and his passions include building meaningful, mutually-beneficial partnerships to accomplish common goals.
VP, Innovation & New Business Ventures
In the 16 years that Jim has been with CBL, he’s been an agent for change and a strong leader with a successful track record in management, digital strategy, income generation, customer experience, and technology. He has worked as a General Manager at two different properties, Vice President of Business Development, and Vice President of Marketing & Digital Strategies. He was recently named as CBL’s Vice President of Innovation & New Business Ventures. In this role, he is focused on a scalable turnkey “Connected Retail” strategy for Etailers, a “Retailer Services” platform, and identifying investment opportunities for CBL Ventures. Jim holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee and obtained a law degree from the University of Cincinnati. After law school, he clerked with the Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court. After the clerkship, Jim worked for a short time with one of the largest law firms in the nation, focused on business, technology, and transactional law.