New chain stores come to Hungary
One of the richest men in Africa is expanding in our country, napi.hu says.
Pepco retail chain is looking for managers and deputy administrator for expanding in Hungary. According to the job advertisements, shops would open in Budapest, Tatabanya, Veszprem, Siofok, Eger, Miskolc, Debrecen and Nyiregyhaza, where clothes and household items would be sold – Index.hu says. Based on the Polish website of the company, the chain distributes apparel products and furnishings.
The department store is owned by the South African Pepkor investment company, has retail companies since 1965 ad which – according to the Polish website – it operates with eight store chains a total of 3000 shops in Europe, Africa and Australia. Pepkor is the property of Christofell Wiese, a South African billionaire investor, who – according to Forbes – has assets of $ 5.8 billion, making him the fifth richest man in Africa.
Pepco is present in Poland since 2004, which is one of the largest market of the company with its 500 shops and it is market leader there – based on the job advertisement. The store chain is expanding in the region since 2013. Pepco already has 50 shops in Slovakia and in the Czech Republic, napi.hu says.
The Hungarian positions were announced by Pepco Hungary Ltd, which was registered –according to the data of Céginfo.hu – with a a subscribed capital of HUF 3,000,000 in July 2014. The headquarter of the company is in the Vaci Street, having been employed only one person so far.
based on the article of napi.hu
translated by BA