Inditex continues its expansion and opens this Thursday, September 12 , its expanded 'flagship' of Zara in the Preciados street of Madrid and the Dubai Mall (Dubai), as reported by the textile giant.
Specifically, the expanded 'flagship' of Zara in Preciados , one of the streets with the most commercial activity in the capital, reopens its doors on Thursday in a six-storey building that exceeds 4,000 square meters , in which Zara deploys its last image and the latest technologies to boost the experience of each client.
In parallel, the group founded by Amancio Ortega also opens on Thursday the doors of the expanded Zara store of the Dubai Mall (Dubai), the largest in the world on one floor, with more than 5,000 square meters of commercial area and with All the collections of women, men and children.
Other openings will be added to these openings in November, such as the renovated and expanded Zara store in Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona after opening the new Zara stores in Pamplona in September, in an emblematic building recovered by the chain for the city, and in Cevahir Mall (Istanbul).
In all these stores, a new image of Zara Man and Kids is also released as a novelty.
In total, at the end of the first fiscal semester the group had 7,420 stores in 96 markets, in 62 of which they also have a simultaneous online offer.
In parallel, the online stores of Zara, Zara Home, Massimo Dutti, Pull & Bear, Stradivarius, Oysho and Uterqüe reach an additional 106 markets, as will Bershka also in September.
Inditex has pointed out that the amount of ordinary investments planned for 2019 will be around 1,400 million euros , mainly due to the opening of new commercial area in key locations, and has expected an ordinary investment growth below the growth of space in the next years.
In line with the announcement about the greater integration between Zara's and Zara Home's 'online' operations, Zara Home's collections will be available on Zara's website in the United Kingdom from September 17. The company expects to launch this program progressively in new markets throughout this year.
In August, Zara launched the 'online' sale in Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and Jordan and in September-October Zara will do so in South Africa, Colombia, the Philippines and Ukraine.
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