Triple Jump Group, franchise partner of British cosmetics and skincare retailer The Body Shop for Serbia, opened its second store in Belgrade on the 7th of June. The new store is located in Delta City Shopping Center at no. 16 Jurija Gagarina Street.
Besides its store expansion, The Body Shop is also planning to launch its online sales in Serbia. The retailer will follow in the footsteps of major international brands that are expanding into the Serbian e-commerce market, such as the fast-fashion giant Zara. Read more about Zara’s online sales venture in Serbia.
THE BODY SHOP EXPANDING ITS PRESENCE IN SEE
Within South East Europe, The Body Shop currently operates retail stores in Romania (7 stores), Bulgaria (2 stores) and Slovenia (2 stores). Apart from physical stores, the chain has an online presence in all three markets.
As part of its expansion plan for South East Europe, The Body Shop is also set to enter a new market in the region - Croatia.
NEW BRANDS JOINING DELTA CITY BELGRADE
The launch of a recognized global brand such as The Body Shop reaffirms Delta City's leading position on the local retail market. The Center has enriched its offer with new local international brands over the past year, and boasts a diverse tenant mix with anchors such as H&M and Inditex fashion brands.
Here are two more recent openings in Delta City:
DELTA CITY: THE FIRST MODERN SHOPPING CENTER IN BELGRADE
Delta City is the first international style shopping center developed in Serbia, situated in Belgrade’s largest residential municipality, New Belgrade.
The total area of the Center equals to 85,000 sqm, of which 30,000 sqm consists of retail and entertainment space divided into three levels. There are 1,200 parking spaces positioned in the underground garage, 5 level deck and outside parking area.
Delta City offers over 130 retail units and is anchored by Inditex fashion brands, New Yorker, C&A, Delhaize (Maxi), Cineplexx and H&M.
The mall is one of Belgrade’s most well-known shopping centers that also attracts visitors from other Serbian cities, as well as tourist shoppers.
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