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Learning Academy

Tips & Tricks – Calculating Percentage Changes

Springboard Learning Academy Manager, Simon Benbow, explains how to calculate percentage change for your week on week (WOW) and year on year (YOY) change.

5 November 2019

Learning Academy

Tips & Tricks. Our Calendar Structure

The ONS/BRC Calendar, explained.

Learn about our reporting structure and why we use a 4, 4, 5-week structure.

1 October 2019

Blog

Enhance mall success with Capture Rates

We know that measuring visitors into a mall is critical – this is the customer pool from which stores draw their trade – but for a mall to maximise sales, stores located within the mall need to capitalize on this and successfully attract customers through their doors.

10 September 2019

Blog

Using Capture Rate to drive retail performance

We know what Capture Rates are, but how can they be used to deliver a positive ROI? And why can’t we solely rely on pedestrian counting data?

5 September 2019

Learning Academy

New Term, New Courses

It only seems like yesterday that we sat down within Springboard and explored the possibility of creating a new division. Our aim - to deliver courses to clients and non-clients around place data. We’ve come a long way since that idea was a mere vision of our CEO, Steve Booth, and nine months later, in March 2019, we officially launched the Springboard Learning Academy.

27 August 2019

Opinion

Is coworking/co-retail combo the future of retail?

A recent article from CRETECH suggests that “mixed-use is the beacon of hope for an industry prone to doom and gloom.”

13 August 2019

Blog

Capture Rate - what is it?

The issue raised most frequently with us by our retailer clients is whether sales in their bricks and mortar stores are as good as they could be.

Valuable insights can be gained from tracking store sales against market performance, which is why Springboard’s UK pedestrian count data has been so widely adopted by the industry, media, academia and the government. With a correlation of 78% between store sales and pedestrian counts in UK retail destinations, there is no denying that pedestrian traffic is a key contributor to store success.

6 August 2019

Opinion

Data driving retail real estate

How do visitors move throughout your location?

5 June 2019

Opinion

Landlord and retail partnerships in 2019

The future of landlords and retailers is interlacing in 2019 - discover why.

22 May 2019