About Us

Committed to Individual Success and Communication

At SACSC, we put our members first and are committed to their success. We aim to satisfy the needs and preferences of each of our members. We also always recognise the unique culture of our members’ environments and their assets. We recognise excellence through our various awards programmes. SACSC believes that the best way to help our members achieve their goals is by creating, nurturing and sustaining our industry and the relationships within. Everything we do is aimed at promoting this.

We help create and nurture partnerships of mutual benefit by improving communication between our members. We develop and increase our membership base across all cultures and areas of influence.

We offer research and information sharing to all our members. We facilitate education, training and development opportunities for our members. We are committed to Empowerment, Equity and Transformation opportunities.

Recognising Achievements and Celebrating Excellence

In an effort to promote and achieve shopping centre marketing initiatives excellence, we have introduced the Spectrum Awards, an holistic celebration across all disciplines and all sectors, incorporating the:

Latest News

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Black Friday making a growing impression on SA retail calendar

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Nov 08, 2017 Forever profitable businesses with John Sanei and the SACSC

Forever profitable businesses with John Sanei and the SACSC

Each and every business strives to be profitable - not just profitable but forever profitable. In this day and age, where tough economies have affected profitability, businesses across the globe have taken strain.

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Nov 04, 2017 Cabot Circus leads inner city regeneration in Bristol

Cabot Circus leads inner city regeneration in Bristol

There comes a time in the life of most cities when inner city precincts need a radical re-imagining if they are not to lose their relevance. It is not unusual for the redevelopment of an inner city area to be led by a retail project.

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