Each year, some 65 million people pass through London’s Heathrow Airport. The city’s Victoria station, meanwhile, has three times the traffic of its nearest major shopping mall. And those figures are expected to grow when an expected additional 1 million passengers travel through London’s stations each day during this summer’s Olympic Games. Fueled by those dramatic numbers — and the challenges traditional retail locations have faced in recent years — ...
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