November 06, 2017

Doors to colourful world of Flying Tiger Copenhagen to open in Libero

Doors to colourful world of Flying Tiger Copenhagen to open in Libero

Flying Tiger Copenhagen – an international chain of shops from Denmark offering products related to having fun, creativity and activity will join Libero in Katowice, where the company is to occupy an area of over 200 sqm.

Shops of the Danish chain are full of fun, surprises and colourful products, including ideal products for a party, elements of home decorations, toys for children, gadgets and presents. Some of these products are acknowledged and awarded designs, the Flying Tiger Copenhagen emphasizes that they were all produced in accordance with ethics, environmental and social protection.

“Our shops are full of happy colours and products which cannot be found anywhere else. They are meant to inspire customers, surprise them and make them happy. Regardless of your age and what you do, everyone will find something unique on our shelves. We are characterized by modern design and solid Danish origin of our products. It is excellent that our brand will soon join Libero. We have chosen a very good location and we are planning to open an inspiring and cheerful shop here,” says Igor Kostenyuk, Country Manager Flying Tiger Copenhagen in Poland.

“The Flying Tiger Copenhagen brand, which is well-known abroad, has also been gaining popularity in Poland, that is why it had to be present in Libero. The shop of the brand will be an exceptionally friendly and artistic accent in our facility. I am sure that it will gain lots of fans who appreciate excellent design, sometimes treated with tongue in cheek. Colourful and optimistic shop windows of the Flying Tiger Copenhagen and the shop’s equally as colourful interior will be perfectly in line with the pleasant atmosphere of Libero,” adds Karolina PrÄ™dota-Krystek, senior leasing manager from Echo Investment’s Shopping Centre Department.

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