Mango steps up megastores roll out in France
Mango continues its French expansion. In just two months, the Spanish company has opened four large-scale stores in France. Mango has chosen small to mid-size towns Anglet, Cormontreuil, Illzach and Claira as the key areas to open its large-scale stores in the French market.
After opening stores in Anglet and Cormontreuil in the months of April and May, the company just opened a third store in Illzach, located in the business and industrial zone of the Alsatian region. The new store measures 1,000 square meters and carries the brand’s women’s, men’s and children’s lines.
The new establishments in Anglet and Cormontreuil command 900 square meters and 830 square meters, respectively. Both stores also distribute all of the company’s clothing lines.
The fourth store will open this month in the city of Claira, in the southwest of France. Located in the newly-opened commercial center Salanca, the store represents the company’s 26th megastore in France.
Other French communities such as Paris, Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Marseille and Grenoble were introduced to the megastore concept in 2013. The company currently has 202 large-scale format stores around the world, and has converted 24 percent of its locations into the megastore format in the past three years.
Founded in in 1984 and headquartered in Barcelona, Mango commands a network of more than 800,000 square meters in 111 countries. The company ended 2015 with sales of 2,327 million euros, representing a 15 percent increase from 2014.
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