GERMANY: Deichmann-Schuhe plans overseas expansion
Footwear retailer Heinrich Deichmann-Schuhe is planning to expand in Turkey, Sweden and Croatia next year, chief executive Heinrich Deichmann said.
Deichmann, which is a family-owned business, also plans to enter the Russian Slovenian markets in the near future as well as opening up to 200 German retail locations in ten years.
The company currently operates 2,000 outlets across 12 countries and employs 22,000 people.
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