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Kiabi: Coming to Nicosia – Mall of Engomi opening announced

French fashion brand Kiabi has announced the official launch of its new store, which will be opening in Nicosia on 13 June.

Operating at the Mall of Engomi, this will be the French fashion chain’s first store in the capital and the third in Cyprus.

The affordable French fashion brand is coming to Nicosia after opening its first store in Cyprus, at Metropolis Mall, Larnaca, in 2021 and its second at Neon Mall, Paphos, in 2023.

The arrival of Kiabi in Nicosia is part of the well-known brand's expansion plan in the domestic market, with the opening of three more stores in Cyprus by 2025.

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Kiabi joined forces with Hudson Cyprus Ltd through a partnership starting in 2021, with the first store in the Cypriot market, aiming to cater for Cypriot families and become the leading brand at the forefront of affordable fashion for the whole family

After three years it is arriving in Nicosia and the Mall of Engomi, in a long-awaited arrival in the field of fashion retail.

Since 1978 and the launch of the concept of low-cost fashion, in the north of France, Kiabi believes that fashion should cover all budgets, all styles, all moments of everyday life, as well as all sizes.

The chain has over 560 stores in 23 countries, with 23 million customers worldwide, at the end of 2022 it employed 9,536 employees, while its turnover amounts to €2 billion.

(Source: InBusinessNews)

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