According to an announcement, a popular European retail chain is opening its first two stores in Croatia this week.
On the 7th of April, the retailer Pepco will open stores at the Point Shopping Centre in Zagreb and at the Supernova Shopping Centre in Buzin. In the next few weeks, more stores will be opened at the Westgate Shopping Centre in Zapresic, as well as in the cities of Varazdin, Koprivnica and Slavonski Brod.
The retail chain PEPCO from Poland which offers shoppers clothes for the whole family as well as wide range of household products, also plans to open 75 more stores mainly in cities with over 10,000 residents in the next three years and employ more than 600 people.
‘’The Croatian market is very important to us and we expect that the interest of shoppers will open the way for entry in the Adriatic region. We are confident that the opening of our first Pepco store will only be a successful start of our long journey throughout Croatia’’, said Marcin Stanko, the director of the Operations for Central and Eastern Europe.
PEPCO began operations in Poland in 2004, and has since recorded great interest from customers with the business expanding into Central and Eastern Europe. Apart from Poland, PEPCO currently operates in several Central European countries such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Romania. The retail chain employs more than 9,000 people with more than 700 stores in Poland and more than 1,000 stores all over Europe.
The popular European retail chain has already won numerous awards in the retail sector - the Forbes Diamond award and the Good Brand and Quality of Service Award.
Pepco is a brand owned by Pepkor, a South African investment holding company.