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IKEA Romania reports sales higher by 10.6% in the 2018 financial year

In the financial year 2018 (September 2017 –August 31, 2018), IKEA Romania has reached sales of RON 609,348,334, no VAT included, 10.6 per cent more compared to the previous financial year. Over 3.2 million people have visited the store, bought ...

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IKEA starts building today the second store in Romania; the opening is scheduled for late summer 2018

IKEA started officially on Tuesday the construction of the second store in Romania, in Bucharest’s Pallady area, the representatives of the Swedish retailer marking this event along with Capital’s General Mayor Gabriela Firea and 3rd District mayor Robert Negoita through ...

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IKEA, one step closer to the opening of the second store in Romania

Swedish retailer IKEA has announced Monday that has obtained the Regional Urban/Town Planning (PUZ), for the opening of its second store in Romania, located on the 57, Theodor Pallady Boulevard, eastern part of Bucharest, a press release informs. The second ...

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The largest IKEA store in the region to be built in Bucharest

Swedish retailer IKEA has announced on Tuesday that in 2018 it will open a second store in Bucharest, which will be the largest in the region, and has listed a few other big cities for further development. Stefan Vanoverbeke, IKEA ...

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Record sales for IKEA in Romania since its first store opening

Swedish IKEA has recorded in Romania in 2014/2015 the highest sales growth since the launching of its first store here, up by 12.37 percent compared to 2013/2014, while sales reached RON 424, 47 million, no VAT, the world’s largest furniture ...

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Stefan Vanoverbeke, new CEO IKEA South East Europe, including Romania. Romanian Cornel Oprisan, promoted to group level

As of October 1, Stefan Vanoverbeke is appointed by Swedish IKEA CEO for South East Europe – Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia. According to a press release, he is replacing Romanian Cornel Oprisan who was Retail Manager for 8 years. “(…) ...

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