SPAIN: Inditex takes Massimo Dutti to two new markets
Inditex's Massimo Dutti chain has launched its first stores in Colombia and the Philippines.
The company has entered the Colombian market with the opening of its first store in Bogotá, and the Philippines through a store in Manila.
It means Massimo Dutti now has a presence in 41 countries. The Massimo Dutti store in the Philippines is located in the Greenbelt Shopping Centre where Zara, another Inditex fascia, is already present.
Also for Colombia, the store is located on 82 street in Bogotá, where Zara was the first Inditex format to open at the end of 2008. The number of Inditex stores in the area amounts to three.
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