Revo (organisation)

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Revo, (Retail Evolution), previously the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) is a non-profit professional body and membership organisation in the United Kingdom serving the retail property and placemaking industry.

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Revo represents the interests of its members, sets standards and brings people together to collaborate and create tangible changes in the retail property market.

Its aim is to foster a professional, socially responsible and progressive retail property industry while enhancing members' commercial advantage through events, award and education programmes, research publications and influencing local and national government policy.[1][2][3]

The organisation was founded in 1983, and it is headquartered in London.[2] Its Chief Executive is Edward Cooke.[1]

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