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LC Waikiki will Open Stores in 3 New Countries by the End of the Year

LC Waikiki continues its investments in the South America continent with its new store opened in Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao. LC Waikiki, which has increased the number of countries to 61, plans to enter 3 new countries by the end of 2023.

LC Waikiki, which previously opened stores in the markets of Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela, opened its first store in the Caribbean Island Curaçao with the aim of strengthening its presence in South America. LC Waikiki aims to provide the people of Curaçao with a fashionable and affordable shopping experience with its new store located in Sambil Mall, a popular shopping mall in Willemstad. With this investment, LC Waikiki strengthens its position in the fashion retail world by reaching 61 countries, 386 cities and more than 1300 stores around the world.

Berna Akyüz Öğüt, General Manager of LC Waikiki Mağazacılık, said the following about the new investment: “We are very excited to get into the Caribbean Islands by opening a new store in Curaçao. Carrying our vision of ‘Everyone Has the Right to Dress Well’ to this beautiful island is a source of great happiness and pride for us. We want to strengthen our presence in South America and reach more people in this region.

We had previously started to operate in this geography with the stores we opened in Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela. We had previously started to operate in this geography with the stores we opened in Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela. Now, we continue to invest in the South American continent by entering the Curaçao market. With our new store, we are bringing quality-oriented and affordable options to the people of Curaçao for the first time.”

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