Due to the evolution in technology, rapid radical changes are constantly transforming the size, shape, quality and quantity of the workplace. Smaller more powerful machines, stricter and more demanding comfort standards, variable job demands (changing with the varying global economy cycle)... all of this requires constant observation and analysis.
LDRS advisors and experts share their growing knowledge and experience to improve the quality of workspaces and ensure that our projects meet the
up-to-date standards requirements.
A lot of time and planning is spent by shoppers, at malls and outlets. Food and leisure offerings makes that time suitable for family outgoings on weekends. Proximity and electronic shopping becomes more abundant the rest of the week.
Studying the behaviour of these shoppers, integrating new technologies, and introducing relevant entertaining activities and spaces invites shoppers to spend more time there.
LDRS aims at developing malls and outlets that attract more visitors.
The hotel industry is based upon a model of two partners:
1- The landlords or the investors who are aiming at a long term “return on investment” and “capital value increase.”
2- Operators who bring to life their own operating systems, branding standards, reservations database and human resources.
LDRS is the independent third party arbiter.
We work with the partners to help achieve the common interest, developing a hospitality offer with high occupancy and revenues.