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VIDEO: JYSK opens first store in Ireland

Date: 02/04/2019

Author: Martin Møller Aamand, Communications & PR Manager

Category: Attractive Stores , Expansion , History , Strategy

On the day of the company's 40th anniversary, JYSK has opened its first store in Ireland, the company's last larger market in Europe.

JYSK's founder, Lars Larsen, was in Ireland on 2 April 2019 to cut the ribbon for the company's first store on the emerald isle. The store is located in Naas, approximately 40 kilometres outside the capital city of Dublin. In the coming years, JYSK plans to open 15 stores in Ireland, creating around 200 jobs in the process.

Here you can watch a video from the first store opening:

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