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Apple seeks 13 employees for its Belgian Apple Store(s)

Apple seeks 13 employees for its Belgian Apple Store(s)

Apple's very first Belgian Apple Store apparently needs 13 positions filled, leading the company to accept applications. The company mentions "Apple Stores" multiple times, which may point to future store openings.

Brussels will be first

There have been rumours for years, but job openings on its website seem to point to the actual launch of a Belgian Apple Store. Positions like 'store leader', 'business specialist', 'expert' and 'genius' all point to a new store.


All job openings were tagged under "Brussels-BE", which makes it quite clear where the new store will be located. However, it is still unclear where it will be and when it will open. 

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