1. Rackley was first established 21 years ago, how has the business evolved over the years? Rackley Swimming has truly revolutionized over the years. We started with one humble swim school on the gold coast, and 21 years later we have grown to 23 swim sites located across South East Queensland; from Kawana on the Sunshine Coast, throughout Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich and across the Gold Coast.
brandterritoryFive Minutes With: Cameron Speechley, Rackley Swimming general manager
1. Harvest Markets has a rich history. Can you tell us when it was established?
The first shop opened in Mount Gravatt in 1974. The business then moved to the Booval site, which was purchased in 1981 and was the first fruit shop in Ipswich.
brandterritoryFive Minutes With: Rob Sayle, owner of Harvest Markets
Non-traditional tenants are transforming the traditional retail landscape, as shopping centres address consumer needs for convenience and capitalising on the popularity of health and wellness to engage consumers, and drive sales.
brandterritoryRackley Swimming joins next generation retail at Yamanto Central
1. Can you tell us one thing that makes you unique as a leasing executive?
I would say being a business owner and a father. As an owner of two retail businesses leased to major landlords, I understand tenants key needs, this gives me the ability to speak directly into the nuances of being a small business owner including profit and loss, marketing, labor costs, customer analysis and demographics.
As a father, I have an understanding of the impact the retail cycle can have in the home which is often overlooked by leasing executives. This first-hand experience as a business owner and as a parent enables me to communicate to retailers with a greater understanding of the risks and opportunities associated with leasing.
brandterritoryFive Minutes With: Tyson Whitewood, Yamanto Central leasing executive
SMALLER local fresh produce retailers are on the comeback trail with new business models, innovative product offerings and clever co-location strategies designed to leverage the pulling power of the big supermarkets.
brandterritoryIndependent food retailers find new markets alongside majors
Leasing and sales teams tasked with filling vacancies in new retail developments are employing advanced virtual reality (VR) technology as a key component of their leasing strategies to accurately demonstrate site potential to prospective tenants – without them having to leave their home or office.
brandterritoryVirtual Reality a game changer for retail leasing
Once characterised by back street shopping strips with a newsagent, a mixed grocery store and perhaps a takeaway shop, community-based retailing is today challenging the ‘big end of town’ for the spend of keen foodies and family diners as more Australians dine out than ever before.
brandterritorySub-regional retail challenging big end of town for foodie dollar
CALL THE YAMANTO CENTRAL LEASING TEAM NOW: Ewen Burg 0415 339 103 • Tyson Whitewood 0449 869 993 • email@example.com
Does anything beat tucking into a tasty burger? The combination of a juicy patty, melted cheese, fresh tomato, crisp lettuce with lashings of sauce and mayonnaise satisfies the most ravenous hunger.
Thankfully, the leasing team behind Yamanto Central’s specialist indoor/outdoor dining precinct Central Eats agree and is on the hunt to discover, partner and support the best burger operator in the region.
brandterritoryYamanto Central hungry for quality burger operator
Yamanto Central is seeking authentic fresh food retail operators to join a one-of-a-kind fresh food concept, Market Central.
Plans for the 1,750sqm open-plan foodie paradise have been unveiled, with the resulting precinct to deliver premium fresh food set to rival the very best markets, in a unique ‘street stall’ experience.
brandterritoryPlans unveiled for new gourmet market hall at Yamanto Central