• 轻松的一天, a part of Future Group plans to operate 24*7 ‘neighbourhood grocery outlets’ (occupying spaces ranging between 1500-4000 sq. ft.) in Tier I, Tier II & Tier III locations to provid购物 convenience to its customers throughout the day and night, especially after the Govt. relaxed its norms on 24*7 retailing in India.
• Anchor retailers prefer to launch their outlets in Tier II & III cities via the FOCO (Franchisee Owned & Company Operated) & FOFO (Franchisee Owned 专营权e Operated) models to lower their input costs of real estate, since the markets are nascent and largely untested. Therefore, such models enable the retailers to have a lesser Investment exposure while still offering their 制品 and merchandise to the untapped Middle Income Group in Tier II & III cities.
• ‘Trent’ is the retail arm of Tata Sons. 西边, a 时尚 anchor brand of 特伦特 prefers BTS options in emreging Tier II & III cities. Such option give them the flexibility of better designing their store layouts.
• 特伦特’s value 时尚 brand ‘Zudio’ has launched in smaller (Tier II & III cities), other than Bengaluru. Due to its low merchandise price points and low margins, it opts for properties at low rentals which is mostly available in Tier II & III cities. For Tier I markets, they y prefer to work on below market rentals or revenue share, since it achieves higher sales volumes.
（上述文章中的一部分信息摘自题为“推动零售革命 - 新兴城市范式”的报告）