Appliances, electronics retailer Comfy opens new flagship store in Kyiv, plans to open more
Comfy's new flagship store in Kyiv (Photo:Comfy press service)
Comfy, a household appliances and electronics retailer, opened a new flagship store in the center of Kyiv on Oct. 6, and announced plans to open another store in the Kyiv suburban town of Brovary even as Russia’s invasion and war on Ukraine continues.
The company said the new Kyiv store, on 50 Antonovycha Street, was the chain's 16th store in the capital, its 11th flagship unit, and its 80th operating store in Ukraine.
The new store is 1,200 square meters in area, it has brands and games departments of global giants such as Apple, Samsung, Sony, LG, BOSCH, etc.
Before the start of the full-scale Russian invasion, the Comfy chain had 97 stores in Ukraine.
The owner of the network is Comfy Trade LLC, based in Dnipro. According to the Unified State Register of Legal Entities and Individual Entrepreneurs, the owner of Comfy Trade is Comfy Holdings Limited (Cyprus), the ultimate beneficiaries of which are Svitlana Hutsul and Stanislav Ronis.
Earlier it was reported that the Foxtrot retailer has launched a new global warehouse near Kyiv, replacing the one destroyed by the Russian occupiers in the western Kyiv suburb of Hostomel, which was under Russian occupation for much of March.
It was also reported that 75% of the entrepreneurs who collaborated with the Allo online retailing marketplace before the start of the full-scale war have resumed their partnerships.
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