Lola Casademunt, a Spanish fashion brand, is expanding in France, a crucial area for its growth, as it works to solidify its global position further. The brand presently operates 180 points of sale nationwide, but it hopes to expand to 220 this year and join the major department store chains.
As the company stated a few months ago, it hopes to generate € 2 million turnover in France by 2023. Additionally, in keeping with its goal of extending its retail network throughout France, it will participate in the upcoming Who’s Next trade show in Paris, which will take place from 21-23 January.
By participating in the Modafabriek trade show in Amsterdam from 22-23 January, the company is also entering the Dutch market for the first time.
“Since we began our international expansion plan just two years ago at Lola Casademunt, we have continued to make progress, consolidating our position in new countries and conquering other strategic markets. Being present in France, a demanding and very developed country in the fashion and retail sector, and growing significantly through multi-brand clients, encourages us to continue with this growth plan that is giving us so much joy,” said Paco Sánchez, General Manager of Lola Casademunt.
With more than 1,300 points of sale, Lola Casademunt has expanded internationally since 2021 and is now present in twenty markets. It operates 18 of its own stores, four franchise stores and 28 El Corte Inglés locations in Spain. In the Iberian region, its retail network consists of about 850 multi-brand points of sale.