In recent years, many small local shops have closed because customers travel to large shopping centers or malls to do their shopping.Is this a positive or negative development?

Recently increasing
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Recently, increasing
number of shopping centres or malls are taking place of small local shops and
thus
becoming the
first
choice of the customers which is a positive vibe in my opinion. If we make a comparison between these two kinds of enterprises, we can see the
first
key point which is product availability. In small local shops you will find a limited number of products which are exposed to customers
on the other hand
, you will find a huge range of products in different shops or sometimes in
one
single shop which will enable your options to buy the best
one
. Another key point for
this
comparison is
time
saving. If you go to 10 different shops in different locations to source 10 separate items or products, it is relatively
time
consuming option rather than find all in
one
location or sometimes all in
one
super shop. Branded items are not always available in small local shops which are quite
getable
in large malls. Customers will find a variety of quality in large shopping centres rather than
one
single small display of a shop situated in the community.
Last
key point, creating differences between local shops and large shopping centres is the mode of
payment
. Most of the
payment
counters of large shopping centres are friendly with any mode of
payment
like debit or credit cards, PayPal and other popular
payment
systems whereas small shops mostly accept cash as
payment
. Nowadays, most people don’t keep that much money as hand cash and they usually feel comfortable to pay in digital mode. Nowadays people are getting more
time
conscious and
thus
getting interested to go for
time
saving options in their daily life purchases. Wide range of choices in
one
single frame will definitely attract any customers. So
this
changing trend is doing well at present context.
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