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12:59 Feb 24, 2009
English to Danish translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Retail Additional field(s): Business/Commerce (general), Real Estate
English term or phrase:anchor store
Definition from About.com: A major retail store used to drive business to smaller retailers. These larger department stores or grocery stores are generally part of a retail chain and are the prominent business in a shopping mall.
The presence of an anchor store can entice consumers to visit the shopping center or mall, and possible continue to shop at the smaller stores in the complex after visiting the anchor store. wiseGEEK
Conventional wisdom holds that a mall requires at least two anchor stores to be successful, and in the standard linear, bipolar mall design, one of these stores will be located at each end, so that shoppers traveling from one to the other will traverse the entire length of the mall, passing by the rest of the stores found within. everything2.com
An in-depth review of West London undertaken earlier this year identified an untapped opportunity in West London. We have therefore agreed terms to secure an anchor store at The White City Development. FashionUnited
Definition from Wikipedia: Ankerbutik er en større forretning, der indgår i et butikscenter.
På Fisketorvet er byggemarkedet et af storcentrets ankerbutikker. - Ugens erhverv
Firmaet braaten+pedersen er specialist i etablering af citycentre og managing director Mogens Pedersen fortalte medlemmerne af Sønderborg Handel, at man har en forventning om, at centret kommer til at bestå af fire ankerbutikker og 50 til 70 nye specialbutikker. - Sønderborg ugeavis
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