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JYSK plans to open new store in Drohobych
KYIV. March 30 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The Scandinavian chain of stores for the home JYSK plans to open a new store in the Park shopping center (Drohobych, Lviv region), said JYSK Country Manager in Ukraine Yevhen Ivanytsia.
“JYSK plans to open a new store in the Park shopping center, Drohobych. The opening is scheduled for August 2023. We’ve signed a preliminary lease agreement today. I am happy that JYSK continues to grow no matter what. We are proud that JYSK sets an example for other international retailers,” he wrote on linkedin.
As reported, in 2023, the JYSK chain opened two new stores, announced the opening of a restored store in the Rivera shopping center in Odesa, and two more stores – in May and June in Kolomyia, Ivano-Frankivsk region and Kyiv, respectively.
JYSK is part of the family Lars Larsen Group. JYSK’s revenue in fiscal year 2021/2022 was EUR 4.87 billion.
Today there are 84 JYSK stores and the online store jysk.ua in Ukraine. JYSK staff in Ukraine has over 800 employees.