Primark Descending into the shadow of the mole. There Irish Multinational The first Piedmontese store in the shopping center is ready to open The Gru, a Grugliasco, A few meters from the border Torino. Here, shopping and fast fashion lovers will find all collections of the brand, from children’s clothing to home accessories. Within Le Grove, work is already underway to create locations and shop windows, but details and dates of the activity are not yet official. In fact, the inauguration is currently suspended due to difficulties caused by the progress of the epidemic, but there are no longer any doubts about the new inauguration. This is necessary to limit participation in the event and to avoid gatherings and long queues, as happened in Rome 4 months ago. But ribbon cutting can happen anyway By the end of 2022.
“We can’t wait to enter Piedmont and support the local economy,” he said Luka Siufreda, Head of Sales, Primark Italia – There will be 200 new employees for the tour, citizens will have to fill out a form on our site and send their curriculum. We will start discussions as soon as the date is officially announced. Primer in Italy already exists in Ares, Brescia, Cambi Biscencio, Rome, Rozano and Verona, but will soon double stores with 8 new openings (in addition to Tour, Naples, Venice, Rome, Catania, Chette, Bologna, Milan and Europa) Thanks for the recent deal. Despite the difficulties associated with Pandemic, an agreement highlighting the expansion goals of the Irish company intends to create a capillary network of physical stores with products at competitive prices. In 2019, the multinational had a turnover of 7. 7.8 billion (approximately 6 8.6 billion), while Kovid recorded revenue of 9 5.9 billion (-1.9 billion) on its balance sheet for the year. But despite the decline in revenue, the company is going against the tide: it is not investing and adopting e-commerce: now it is not our exclusive right, but then it may be a new opportunity – Seufreda continues – because social channels can make us proud of 22 million followers.
But now users prefer the physical experience to the virtual one: our strong point is that people want to touch clothes, try them on immediately, and seek advice from our experts. These are the traditions that Kovid endangered, but when all is said and done, these customs will become more apparent. With the epidemic, global attention is increasingly focused on the concept of sustainability, and the Irish brand is moving in this direction: we know that offering a sustainable product gives longevity to the planet and business – this is why we are developing products made from recycled materials. We are eliminating single-use plastics and training our farmers to reduce the use of pesticides. In addition, products not sold in European stores will be donated to the Newlife Children’s Association.
March 30, 2021 | 18:56
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