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Claire’s: Abundant opportunities located to generate growth for niche retail player

Helping Claire's Accessories to launch across PolandClaire’s began in 1996, when they purchased Bow Bangles and their portfolio of 50 stores across the UK. The company rapidly grew and launched branches across mainland Europe, through a series of acquisitions and new openings.

Being the European market leader retailer of fashion and jewellery for kids, tweens, teens and young women, it is essential that branches provide a fun and relaxed shopping experience for customers. 

The striking success of Claire's is reflected in the number of new stores opening. Jones Lang LaSalle were appointed to act as a real estate agent for Claire’s in Poland and provide consultancy advice on new space acquisition in shopping centres and high streets.

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For a press release about our work for Claire's Accessories in Poland, please click here.

 

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