The home textile and decoration brand Bella Maison has increased the number of its stores abroad to 10 with the two stores it opened in Qatar and Libya. Bella Maison aims to close the first quarter of 2023 by opening stores in TRNC, Bulgaria, Georgia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.
Turkish home textile and decoration products brand Bella Maison has added two new routes to its global brand journey with new stores opened in Qatar and Libya. Bella Maison, which opened two new stores in Qatar Doha Festival City Mall and Libya Venice Street, will open stores in TRNC, Bulgaria, Georgia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan in the first quarter of 2023 in line with its goals of becoming a global brand. Reaching 10 stores in 6 countries abroad, Bella Maison’s target by the end of 2023 is 25 stores in 15 countries.
“We want to increase the number of countries we have reached in the first quarter of 2023 to 12”
Making statements on the subject, Bella Maison CEO Muhammed Tan said; “As a brand born in Turkiye, we are making our name known more and more globally with the new stores we opened abroad. We started to tell our story by entering these two countries for the first time with our stores in Qatar and Libya. As Bella Maison, we want to accelerate our global momentum and touch more people. We will use the experiences we gained from these two new locations, which we see as a good opportunity to learn about the expectations and trends of different cultures and geographies, to expand and expand into cosmopolitan geographies. In the first quarter of 2023, we want to increase the number of countries we have reached to 12 and the number of our overseas stores to 16. Our target is TRNC, Bulgaria, Georgia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan. Our target for the end of 2023 is 25 stores in 15 countries. With the right strategy and investments, we will achieve all of our global targets with our stores in both physical and online marketplaces, and we will get a good share from the global market as well as in Turkiye.”
Source: Translated by Irem Yildiz