April 22, 2016
Independent retail and leisure property consultancy Kitchen La Frenais Morgan today (22 April 2016) announced that it has rebranded to KLM Retail.
After 26 years of helping to create some of the best known retail spaces across London, the UK and global retail markets, Kitchen La Frenais Morgan unveiled its own new “shop front’’ as part of a brand redesign that includes a new name, corporate identity and website (www.klmretail.com)
Ian Kitchen, co-founder and partner of the highly respected agency said:
“Over the last 26 years we have been at the forefront of retail property, growing, evolving and responding to market conditions. We felt it was now important to establish a new brand that truly reflects our forward-thinking, dynamic expertise and ability to help move the needle for our clients.
“The outcome is a fresh new marketing suite that better reflects the true calibre of the work that we do and the stature of the clients that we work with, not to mention a name that is as straight talking and honest as we are – KLM Retail.
“With the hard work, skills and passion of our dedicated and talented team, KLM Retail will continue to deliver maximum results for its clients well into the future.”
KLM Retail works across all key areas of retail property; Investment, Agency, Lease Advisory and International.
Landlord clients include Aviva, Olim, Redefine International, U+I, THRE, Land Securities, British Land, Standard Life, Hermes, Rockspring, Berkeley Group, Market Tech, City of London, Norges Bank, Hunter REIM; whilst on the retailer side KLM Retail acts for over 500 retailers from well known brands like American Apparel, IWC, Ferrari, Triumph, TK Maxx, Pret A Manger, Kiko, Gerry Weber, Treds to emerging brands such as Bimba& Lola, Uno De 50 and Loft Design by…
KLM Retail also co-founded The International Retail Network, a valuable partner network of likeminded retail experts that are based in the key global markets. The partnership works together to assist brands in international expansion strategies and implementation using the local retail insight and intelligence to ensure best footholds in each new markets.
The new creative suite was produced by D2 Interactive and Outsorcery.