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Pandora choses Libero for its new shop in Katowice

Pandora, which is quoted on the stock exchange in Copenhagen, is to open its new shop over an area of more than 50 sqm, and it will be an alternative for other jewellery brands which joined Libero earlier. Pandora will present customers with its full offer including rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and popular charms.

“Pandora opens its shops in carefully selected, modern places guaranteeing a flow of customers who might potentially be interested in our offer. Apart from a beautiful interior design Libero provides us with an excellent location in the south of Katoiwce, which is also visited by customers from satellite towns,” said Dominika Jastrzębska, Business Development Manager at PANDORA.

“Libero attracts not only the largest retail chains and popular fashion brands but also the niche ones and those associated with the top shelf or simply excellent quality. One such brand is Pandora, which represents beautiful handicraft products as well as solid workmanship and a very modern design. We like such a combination, which is perfectly in line with design assumptions of Libero, where we put a lot of emphasis on architecture and beauty,” said Marcin Szlufik, Senior Leasing Manager from Echo Investment’s Shopping Centre Department.

The construction of Galeria Libero is on schedule. The advance commercialization process is underway regardless of construction progress. Over 75 percent of Libero’s retail area has been leased. Libero is characterized by its excellent location at the junction of Kościuszki Street and Kolejowa Street, which are used by over 15,000 vehicles per hour at peak times. Libero is set to open in Spring 2018.

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