Amid the to all-too-frequent flow of unwelcome and typically uninspiring economic news from across the country, the Nike Factory Store has now closed its stores, offering no public explanation or concrete reason for the unfortunate move, as yet.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 23rd of February, 2019, Croatia’s Nike Factory Store officially closed its doors over the last few days. Lider.hr received the official news of the hugely popular sport brand decision to close its wholesale and retail trade in Croatia from Nike itself. The popular Nike Factory Store, which has been operating out of Roses Designer Outlet in the Croatian capital of Zagreb for ten years now, has been closed down.
While what appears to be a rather sudden move can easily spark questions and speculation as to what has been being going on behind closed doors from many, Nike has not yet publicly stated the reason(s) behind their departure from the Repubic of Croatia, but the giant brand made sure to emphasise the fact that their company’s business operations on the Croatian market will continue to be pursued online, through websites and via mobile applications, as well as via existing distributors and retail partners.
Make sure to stay up to date with our dedicated business and news pages for more information on not only Nike Factory Outlet’s closure, but on news from up and down the country, and for the latest information on doing business in Croatia and the country’s current investment and business climate.
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