UNIQLO opens pop-up store in Poland
This is the first physical presence of the retailer in the country.
Japanese retailer UNIQLO will be opening a pop-up store in Domy Towarowe Wars Sawa Junior in the center of Warsaw, the first physical store of the brand in the region.
“The decision to establish a physical presence in this new market builds on our experience of offering customers the latest products via the UNIQLO Europe online store,” UNIQLO Europe CEO Taku Morikawa said.
“Through our pop-up store we hope to gain a deeper understanding of the Polish market and use learnings to make long-term plans for the future."
The pop-up stores, spanning 800 square metres across two floors, will open in the fall of 2022.
“The location is right in the bustling city center, close to the city's busiest commuting hubs, business districts and most popular tourist attractions,” Scott Dwyer, Group Managing Director, REtail at Atrium European Real Estate, said.
“This combination forms a special environment, where we believe UNIQLO will feel right at home.”