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Kesko to reform all K-citymarkets

K-citymarket’s Finnish comprehensive reform has started, all the stores are to be renewed after the local customers wishes by the end of 2018. “The K-citymarket chain reform are utilized by a new way of customer feedback and store-specific customer information. The aim is to make each one of 81 store look unique to its customer base , two K-citymarkets won’t […]

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Starbucks enters Uppsala

Today, Starbucks opens up the doors to its first store in Uppsala, at Gränby Centre. It is a 155 square meters café with an outdoor terrace of 40 sqm. In total, the store offers about 80 seats. ”A creative, relaxed place between home, school, work and shopping, where we can share our passion for coffee in […]

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Starbucks targets Swedish malls

Starbucks has so far kept their new establishments in Sweden to Stockholm high streets, traffic centres or Ica-stores. Now it’s time to make a move into the malls. After summer, Täby Centrum and Mall of Scandinavia is on the list. (more…)

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Anne Frier Madsen (tv) og Birgitte Frier Madsen Starbucks - Salling - Starbucks indtager Aalborg Starbucks åbner kaffeshop i Aalborg i samme bygning som Salling Foto: Claus Sjödin / claussjodin.com Danmark - Aalborg 05/09/13

ICA opens three Starbucks

Dansk Supermarked is already doing it. Now ICA plans to open Starbucks in-store locations at Swedish ICA stores parallel to Starbucks’ high street flagship introduction later this year. “This is a global strategy from Starbucks. It’s a very interesting channel for us”, says Starbucks Country Manager, Johan Rosenblom. But ICA will have a separate channel – operating […]

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