LPP expands Balkan fashion network

LPP expands Balkan fashion network

Published at: 2018-12-21 09:54 | Author: CIJ Serbia
LPP is planning to expand its fashion network in the Balkan region. The Polish company owns brands like Mohito, Sinsay, Reserved, Cropp and House. LPP opened its first store in Croatia in 2014 followed by Serbia in 2017 and Slovenia and Kazakhstan earlier this year. The company also made its debut in Israel in 2018 and plans to open an additional 18 stores on that market by 2023. LPP has a network of around 1,700 stores. It operates in 20 European countries as well as Asia and the Middle East.

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