Mega Mall, the largest project developed by South African investment fund NEPI (New Europe Property Investments) in Bucharest, expands its fashion brands portfolio with Cypriot OJO sunglasses and Italian Bulgarini, a press release informs. These are the first stores of these premium brands in Romania.
(…) We noticed similar preferences between the consumer demands in Italy and Romania, which convinced us about the outlook for growth that your market can offer us,” Luigi Palmarelli Bulgarini Administrator said.
“We are delighted to launch the first OJO Sunglasses location in Bucharest in Mega Mall. We are waiting for the clients of the shopping center to pass by our store and discover the quality of OJO Sunglasses. Our well trained staff will counsel the customers during the selection,” Simona Dinu, Regional Development Manager of OJO sunglasses stated in her turn.
Mega Mall reached an increase in turnover of 30 percent compared to the first months after its launch in 2015. Also, just one year after its opening, the shopping centre is on an upward trend in terms of visitors’ traffic, recording an increase of 32 percent.
Mega Mall is an investment of EUR 165 million and hosts more than 200 retailers among which H&M, Zara, Koton, Mango, Marks&Spencer, Peek&Cloppenburg, New Yorker, Pull&Bear, C&A, LC Waikiki, Bershka, Sephora, Stradivarius, Orsay, Adidas, Nike, Lee Cooper, Tom Tailor, Douglas, NEXT, Hilfiger Denim, Musette, Hervis, Bata, ECCO, Intersport, MAC, Benvenuti, Aldo a.s.o.
Also at Mega Mall were opened the first stores in Romania of brands like Reserved Man, Pupa, Sport Vision, Buzz, Marks & Spencer Food.