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New Store in Katowice for Wojas2017-08-23 source own
Wojas, a footwear producer from Poland, has announced plans to open a brand new store in Galeria Libero, south Katowice. Boasting 160 square metres of space, this will add to Wojas’ growing reputation in the footwear industry across the CEE region by becoming their 181st store; currently, these are split between Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary, Belarus, and, of course, Poland.
Karolina Predota-Krystek, a spokesperson for Echo Investment who will develop the store, has said “We are currently finalising a number of contracts with tenants who are leaders in the footwear segment and will soon be able to reveal their identities.”
After seeing success, Wojas decided to list on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in 2008 and they haven't looked back since. As the Galeria Libero continues to make progress, it’s thought 70% of the space is now taken which keeps the project on-schedule for a spring 2018 opening.