OVERVIEWWith an exclusive focus on retail and retailers, The Retail Connection navigates its clients through the real estate market with unmatched industry knowledge, experience, relationships and a total footlocker northline to their success. Our primary objective is to continually create value for our clients by helping them maximize the connection with their customers. HISTORYSteve Lieberman and Alan Shor joined together in the summer of 2003 with a shared vision to build a company that would embody their high standards and team-oriented approach.
On January 2, 2004, they launched The Retail Connection, L. LEADERSHIPWith roots deeply entrenched in the retail industry, The Retail Connection’s leadership has established long-standing relationships within the retail and real estate communities. Our reputation, experience and ongoing work with major retailers is widely recognized and offers an unparalleled source of market knowledge and insight, as well as the benefit of invaluable relationships with owners and developers. Dallas, also has offices in Austin, Houston and San Antonio.
The Southwest continues to be a strategic target for the company, and its business relationships and retailer expansions have grown exponentially since its inception. EMPLOYMENTFinding the best talent is our first mission. Our people and clients are the absolute keys to our business. We want our employees to wake up each morning knowing that what they do is important, that their contributions count, and that they are doing something they really enjoy. COMMUNITYThe Retail Connection has great appreciation for the generations that came before us and everything they did to provide us with the platform on which we live today.
We live great lives built on awesome sacrifices and commitment by so many others, and the opportunity to carry the torch of their vision any step is a great privilege. The Retail Connection Sells Hobby Lobby at Park and Plano Parkway representing record sale for Hobby Lobby. Jeremy Zidell named “One to Watch” by Chain Store Age Magazine. One thing experience has clearly taught us is that change is the only constant. This article first appeared on D CEO. The macro question of the day—is this a business cycle or a total change?