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Chadstone 2019 Christmas trading hours December Xmas Boxing Day

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 12:00 am By Admin

Below are the extended trading hours for the 2019 Christmas trading period, as released by Chadstone shopping Centre.

This year, the 34-hour Christmas trading period falls on Monday/Tuesday. It starts at 8am Monday and ends at 6pm on Sunday. The Centre is closed on Tuesday, Christmas Day 2019.

Chadstone Opening Hours - Christmas 2019 timetable
Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun
2
9am-5:30pm
3
9am-5:30pm
4
9am-5:30pm
5
9am-9pm
6
9am-9pm
7
9am-9pm
8
10am-7pm
9
9am-9pm
10
9am-9pm
11
9am-9pm
12
9am-9pm
13
9am-9pm
14
9am-10pm
15
9am-10pm
16

8am-10pm
17

8am-10pm
18

8am-10pm
19

8am-10pm
20

8am-10pm
21

8am-Midnight
22

8am-Midnight
23
34 Hour Trade
8am
24
34 Hour Trade
Christmas Eve
6pm
25
Closed
Christmas Day
26
6am-11pm
Boxing day
27
9am-10pm
28
9am-10pm
29
10am-7pm
30
9am-5:30pm
31
9am-5:30pm
1 Jan
10am-6pm
2
9am-9pm
3
9am-9pm
4
9am-9pm
5
10am-7pm

Source: trading hours on official Chadstone Shopping website

Note: Not all shops and stores adhere to this special timetable. The timetable only applies to the Shopping Centre in general. Individual stores may have different trading hours.



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Myer at risk of closing down - Boxing Day Wed, 26 Dec 2018 02:04 pm By Admin

The major department store chain Myer sustained $480m in losses this year. The 2018 Boxing Day sales will be pivotal to the survival of Myer.

Myer was the first major founding store at Chadstone when the regional super shopping centre was first established. It has been an anchor store ever since, however it is now at risk of closing down due to poor sales.

So what is the cause of the crisis? The prices? The service? Are people are over it? What is Myer not doing that is keeping shoppers away from it?

Barry Urquhart, retail expert and managing director of Marking Focus told 3AW's Tony Jones that Myer is follwing a potentialy fatal worldwide trend where major department stores such as Macys are shutting up shop.

Myer's problems have little to do with online purchashing and the digital economy. Many of the problems are due to consumer expectations. The staff working on the shop floor are not actively seeking to provide customer service. The workforce now consists of many part time staff who have limited product knowledge, and decline to assist customers looking for advice on a product from another department.

Myer is no longer relevant to the newer generation, many of whom have never shopped there and can't be tempted to visit due to the poor customer service. Even regular long time shoppers are walking away from it. Services have fallen to the point where people say "no more" to Myer. Unsatisfied shoppers now walk away from the store and don't bother complaining about the unsatisfactory experience, so the store doesn't even know how to improve.

An example of Myer's failings are poor/illogical product placement. A customer seeking a product proceeded to the most appropriate department, but was unable to find it. They spent 5 minutes walking around before they found it in another department. The situation was not helped by staff saying "I'm not from x department, I don't know".

With a new Chief Executive Officer in charge of Myer, it will be a 3 to 5 year cultural change. It will be a long road for Myer, whose main goal now is to attract customers from the more fashionable 'homemaker' centres back into their department stores.

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