29 February 2020 - 5 Adar 5780 - ה' אדר ה' אלפים תש"פ
Azrieli in talks to bring Japan’s Uniqlo to Israel E-mail

Azrieli Group Ltd who own and manage shopping malls in Israel is in discussions to bring Japanese casual fashion retail brand Uniqlo to one of its main shopping malls in Israel, according to Globes newswires.

Azrieli CEO Arnon Toren and others in the company recently met with representatives of Uniqlo, a subsidiary of the Fast Retailing corporation.

Uniqlo was brought to Israel last year through parallel imports. Terminal X, an ecommerce website controlled by the Fox group, announced the sale of Uniqlo products when the website went on the air. The products sold out rapidly.

Business futurist Adi Yoffe says that Israelis are very fond of the Japanese brand because “Uniqlo is a brand associated with real innovation. This company is known for its technology for producing thin and warm jackets. It is not a mere fashion item; it is connected to values of innovation and progress.”

Uniqlo’s branches overseas feature large and carefully styled spaces covering several floors with a special design. The company has a unique inventory policy at its branches, and even special training for folding its clothes.

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