Mana, an international fashion retailer owned by the Slovenian company Metro d.d., opened its remodeled store in the town Mali Lošinj, located in Bočac shopping center at no. 1a Omladinska Street, on the 3rd of October.
The reopening is part of Mana’s ongoing store modernization and expansion in Croatia. Last month, the company opened remodeled stores in the Croatian cities of Samobor and Novalija, as well as a relocated store within King Cross shopping center in Zagreb, which now boasts a more specious retail area.
Founded in 2004, Mana is a leading low-cost retailer in Slovenia, where it has a strong business presence with a nationwide sales network of more than 60 stores.
In Croatia, the chain has a network of more than 100 stores in all major cities across the country. The units are positioned in prime locations - busy high streets and major shopping centers such as City Galleria Zadar, City Life Center in Šibenik, City Colosseum Slavonski Brod, Salona Mall in Solin, Tower Center Rijeka and Westgate Shopping City in Zaprešić.
Mana’s retail assortment spans from clothing and lingerie through home furnishing, toys and accessories, while its collections range from essentials, casual and sports attire. All products are offered at highly competitive prices, catering to men, women and children.
In addition to Croatia and Slovenia, the chain is also present in Bosnia and Herzegovina with a standalone unit, as well as in Serbia with a network of five stores, located in Belgrade and Novi Sad.
According to its website, Mana aims to continue its expansion in its existing countries, as well as to enter new European markets in the near future.
The company’s main competitors in the South East Europe region include the international low-cost chains PEPCO, LC Waikiki, H&M, C&A, KIK and NKD.