Sweden’s retailer H&M on Thursday opened its store in the Sky Mall in Kyiv, expanding its Ukrainian chain to two stores.
The company’s press service reported that the area of the store is 2,500 square meters.
As reported, the first H&M store in Ukraine with an area of 3,000 square meters was opened on August 18 in Kyiv’s Lavina Mall.
The H&M Group has 47 online marketplaces and over 4,700 stores on 69 international markets jointly with the stores operating under franchise contracts.
According to the unified public register of companies and individual entrepreneurs, the ultimate beneficiary is Stefan Persson (Sweden). The charter capital is UAH 696,900.