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Atelier Rebul heads for Belgium

Another international retailer has opted to establish a presence in Belgium.

Atelier Rebul, a Danish company founded by pharmacist Jean César Reboul, is already present in Turkey and Denmark, has international ambitions with its intention to open several outlets in the Benelux during the year 2017-2018 already confirmed.

Atelier Rebul is launching its expansion in Belgium with the launch of 5 new stores. The first shops in Hasselt and Ghent opened in July and will be followed by the opening of a concept store in Leuven at the end of August and two other boutiques in Bruges and Antwerp, respectively in September and October.
The brand will offer its complete range of perfumes and cosmetics within these stores.
Cushman and Wakefield acted as adviser to Atelier Rebul for search and negotiation of retail units in Ghent, Bruges, Antwerp and Leuven.


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| 18/08/2017

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