One way in which garden centres can increase the number and frequency of visits is to encourage concessions on their sites. These range from specialist stores selling products such as pet accessories or garden machinery to leisure-based activities such as butterfly houses or falconry centres.
Making concessions work for you
Concessions can be a benefit or a liability, depending on how they are set up. Quinton Edwards offers a specialist service to ensure that all the concessions on your site have the right legal arrangements in place. We can also advise on what specific concessions will improve the income and overall value of your garden centre.