Inditex plans to open nine Zara stores a week in the year to come.
It looks like Zara is set for an all-systems-go expansion as owner Inditex plans to open nine new stores a week for its flagship brand in the coming year. The Times on Thursday revealed Zara will continue to pursue its heady pace of store expansion which in 2011 saw it debut in both the Australian and South African markets.
Amancio Ortega, the company’s funder and main shareholder, was named the world’s third richest man by Forbes and holds more than 6,000 stores worldwide under the Inditex group, which also includes Bershka, Pull and Bear and Massimo Dutti.
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