As e-commerce reaches Slavuta, 400 km west of Kyiv, Epicenter K is devoting 15% of their new shopping center in the Khmelnitskyi region city to a sports complex:
Friday, November 16, 2018

As e-commerce reaches Slavuta, 400 km west of Kyiv, Epicenter K is devoting 15% of their new shopping center in the Khmelnitskyi region city to a sports complex:

As e-commerce reaches Slavuta, 400 km west of Kyiv, Epicenter K is devoting 15% of their new shopping center in the Khmelnitskyi region city to a sports complex: basketball, volleyball, futsal, tennis, weightlifting, table tennis, boxing areas and exercise equipment. With e-commerce growing annually by 30%, shopping center designers predict that anchor retail tenants will shrink, sometimes becoming display centers for products sold online. This fall Epicenter K is opening five new stores, for a total of 53. New stores are in small cities, like Slavuta, population 35,000. Last fall, Epicenter K recorded sales of $1.5 billion in sales.

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