Primark opens a new store in San Sebastián
Primark, the international fashion retailer, today opened its new Primark Donostia store in San Sebastián located at the Garbera Shopping Centre, following an €8.5 million investment by the retailer. Continuing its ambitious expansion in the country, this opening represents Primark’s first store in the Guipúzcoa province and 56th store in Spain, creating more than 110 new jobs.
Primark opens a new store in Brno, its second store in the Czech Republic
Primark, the international fashion retailer, today opened its second store in the Czech Republic, in the Olympia Shopping Centre in Brno, following an over 220 million CZK investment. Spanning 39,000 square feet of shopping space, the store offers customers in the South Moravian region the in-store experience that Primark is loved for internationally and has created 190 new jobs in the area.
Sourcing from Myanmar
As a responsible business, our first priority is the safety and wellbeing of the people who make our clothes and products. We are also conscious of the workers whose livelihoods rely on employment at our suppliers’ factories.
Primark launches first ever menopause range
Primark is launching its first collection of nightwear, underwear and base layers which use the latest product innovations including anti-flush technology, cooling yarn, odour control, and temperature control designed to relieve symptoms such as hot flushes and sweating that are associated with menopause.
Primark launches vintage clothing concessions in Birmingham and Manchester
Primark is partnering with the Vintage Wholesale Company, an independent vintage clothing business, to open two new concessions in its flagship Birmingham and Manchester stores, under the brand WornWell by the Vintage Wholesale Company.
Squeezed young shoppers worry they can’t afford to dress more sustainably anymore
New research commissioned by Primark shows that UK consumers are facing a crisis of conscience, with more than one third (35%) saying they are worried the cost-of-living crisis will prevent them from shopping more sustainably. This rises to 45% amongst 18-34-year-olds.
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