Hema will launch British web shop in September

Hema will launch British web shop in September

Several months after it had launched its first British store, Dutch Hema will launch its British web shop in September.

Web shop in September

The first Hema store was opened in London Victoria Station and since then, two stores have been added. One was in Kingston, spread over 2 floors, and in July, it opened a store in The Glades shopping mall. For these stores, it used Harper Dennis' real estate services.

 

Every Brit will be able to visit Hemashop.com in September, as the company will offer its entire product range online, for delivery in the entire United Kingdom.

 

Hema currently has over 600 stores in the Netherlands, Belgium, England, France, Germany and Luxembourg.

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