June 18 2019  |  Airlines & Airports

Changi Airport Group calls a direct marketing exercise for open category concession

By Elena Owyong


Changi Airport Group is looking for an operator to run an open category concession in Terminal 1

Singapore’s Changi Airport Group (CAG) is inviting companies to participate in a Direct Marketing Exercise (DME) for an open category shop concession in its Terminal 1.

CAG said it is looking for “brands with proven track record over the years that will differentiate the retail offering at Terminal 1.” The concession, at around 34.6 square meters, is located at #02-05A, at the Departure/Check-in Hall West. According to CAG, the tenancy period is from November 1 2019 to October 31 2022. The DME opens today (June 17).

Interested parties can contact the following personnel.

Ms Mildred Zee

Senior Associate

+65 6632 5388

Mildred.Zee@changiairport.com

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