“theleisureway seeks to enhance links between people and their shopping centers and between generations. To do that, we build a fluent, informed, and creative exchange of ideas with our partners.”
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“The importance of the natural setting gave us a base upon which to construct a powerful, robust concept coherent with the local culture. But we shouldn’t forget shopping culture. The pleasure of leisure integrated into the activity of shopping was indispensable for our ideas.” Continue Reading ->
“We go to the mall as an adventure, a journey hoping for the moments that TLW has prepared. Customers come to shop, that’s a given, but they are our clients and guests. A memorable day for the kids might be playing on a helter-skelter tower or climbing through a jungle.” Continue Reading ->
“One of the most important moments in this process is the initial diagnosis, when we analyze such relevant questions as customer type, competition, technical requirements, and the climate or environment, to name just a few of the variables at play.” Continue Reading ->
“Nowadays, leisure is starting to be perceived from a more strategic point of view: It’s not just about allocating a certain amount of lettable area to leisure, it’s about public zones becoming part of the customers´ journey and part of their experience in the center.” Continue Reading ->
“The mall’s objective of being a destination for families made the target clear: to create an iconic leisure concept to increase customer footfall in the shopping center and to use a strategy to attract families living the area.” Continue Reading ->
“theleisureway is a Spanish company dedicated to the creation of leisure experiences that are unique, innovative, tailor-made for shopping centers, and have the sole mission of satisfying customers to make sure they come back.” Continue Reading ->
A moment, a smile, a surprise…. That very good memory that is engraved forever in our memory and that connects directly with the place where we are. I’m sure there are several that come to mind without needing to go into too much detail.
“To create unique, innovative and different leisure experiences that add value to the Shopping Centre, tailored to the needs of the centre and in an integrated way, from the idea to the assembly and subsequent monitoring”.
The Corio group maintains its focus on implementing its Favourite Meeting Places (FMP) strategy in Spain. The company’s aim is to turn its centres into reference points in their areas of influence and a favourite meeting point for those who live nearby.