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Popular Polish Fashion House to Open 17 Stores in Croatia

ReservedPoland’s leading fashion house LPP, whose brands include Reserved, CroppTown, Reserved Kids, House, MOHITO and Sinsay, are set to expand onto the Croatian market…

The Gdansk-based company, which has more than 1,300 stores in Poland and abroad and turned over more than 1 billion euros last year, will open its first store in Croatia at Zagreb’s Arena mall. The 4,000m2 shop will offer five of LPP’s brands, and according to the company’s Croatian representative Ana Babić, LPP have big plans in the country.

“LPP for the last few years have expanded onto new markets, a new store has opened in Germany, and LPP is moving onto the Qatar market also, where we can only operate via a franchise model,” Babić told daily Jutarnji list.

LPP expects to open 17 stores in Croatia, employing around 300 people in the process by the end of next year. They also plan to open 15 stores in Serbia and by the end of 2017 have 15 stores in Slovenia and 9 in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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