Last edited by MildSteel; 08-18-14 at 12:37 PM.
Favoring businesses like Chanel isnt class discrimination its favoring. If you were to work hard and gain name recognition you would have a spot in that mall. Discrimination would be that you have the recognition but they still wont lease you a space.
The quality of any product sold in a mall by anyone is irrelevant to the needs of the mall and the space it needs to lease. Some brands in malls is simply way over priced crap. Whatever Chantel makes I can find probably dozens in not hundreds of other brands that do it better. And if Chantel looses its grip on reputation out the door they go making room for the next in thing.
In regular malls shops come and go with the seasons. Some of those shops are failures, poor business decisions or the direct result of customer rejection. Dont blame the malls management for keeping you out of your exclusive mall. It was the customers that kept you out. The caters directly to customer demand (more so than any other retail land management model).
Personally though I do have product for sell in malls (I have clients that buy work), I dont shop in malls. One would have to be a idiot to shop in a mall.
Well Marx was surely right about this
LMAO @ "a hiding"He, who before was the money-owner, now strides in front as capitalist; the possessor of labour-power follows as his labourer. The one with an air of importance, smirking, intent on business; the other, timid and holding back, like one who is bringing his own hide to market and has nothing to expect but — a hiding.