Primark has opened its first branch in the Czech Republic. In addition to cheap copper, these floors also offer a range of products Business
Primark will not open a branch in Prague until the end of the year. A full first Czech store with a cheap weapon was baked by covid
Our new store in the heart of Prague will offer the only customers the only shopping experience. We have worked really hard to make sure the store is ready and equipped with the latest copper, trends and products for everyday needs. We can’t prove it, and on June 17 he drank customers in Primark in Prague, said the head of the store, Eric Paul.
The total sales area can exceed more than 4700 meters of square meters and take up three floors. Customers can buy here, in addition to clothing for adults and children, shoes, copper accessories, underwear, as well as household items. The offer will also include a growing range of sustainable copper under the Primark Cares brand, which includes a wide range of products made from sustainable, recycled and organic materials.
With its opening, it originally took place at the end of last year. The second wave then disrupted this attempt to open up, and Primark thus fought for the tradition of very strong sales. The first trade marks of Primark in the Czech Republic represent a significant milestone for the chain in its expansion into Central and Eastern Europe. The new crack store will thus connect to other branches in the region, including a store in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and two Polish branches, in Varav, and a new opening in Poznan.
The stores are located in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, France, the United States and Italy. The company employs more than 70 thousand people.