Retail: Chain Expands Transactions

ETAfashion, dedicated to the sale of clothing, shoes and accessories, opened its second store in Costa Rica, in the Central Avenue of San Jose, in the old building of the Lehmann Bookstore.

Monday, December 2, 2019

Prior to the launch of its new store, the company operated a single sales point, which is located in the Lincoln Plaza shopping center in Moravia.

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Camila Camacho, head of Marketing at ETAfashion, told Elfinancierocr.com that with "... the opening of this flagship store, the company began its expansion plan in Costa Rica."

The article adds that "... Among other things, the firm had to provide the building with facilities for basic services and give it a standardized environment with its shopping experience without affecting the original structure of the building. The chain of stores reserved the amount of the investment made."

In addition to the two stores already operating in Costa Rica, ETAfashion has 22 other stores in Ecuador.

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