UNIQLO opens first store in Indonesia


UNIQLO on Saturday opens its first retail location in Indonesia, the UNIQLO Lotte Shopping Avenue Store. The megastore, one of the biggest in Southeast Asia, will carry the brand's full product lineup.

To mark the launch, UNIQLO will offer limited time discounts on some of its key products, such as UNIQLO T-shirts (UT), Denim, and AIRism innerwear. For the first 1,000 visitors to the store on opening day, UNIQLO will also present an original tote bag.

With a sales floor of almost 2,680 square meters, the UNIQLO LOTTE Shopping Avenue Store offers a great selection of UNIQLO men's, women's, kids' and babies' clothes.

"I am pleased to offer our products to Indonesian consumers," said Tadashi Yanai, Chairman, President and CEO of Fast Retailing. "As the most populous nation in Southeast Asia, and with a strong and growing economy, Indonesia is a key market. With the opening of our first store, we aim to speed up our expansion in Southeast Asia."

UNIQLO said it plans to accelerate store openings across Asia, which it views as offering tremendous opportunities for growth. At the end of May 2013, UNIQLO operated 1,254 stores in 13 markets, including 23 stores in the four Southeast Asian countries of Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.

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Dear Uniqlo - please come to Australia soon!

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There should be a UNIQLO channel on youtube or as entertainment created for mobile consumers.. entertainment is the bridge between brands, technology and the consumer who wants to be interactive with its brands.. establishing a personal relationship and thus becoming a "fan".

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I think UniQlo has a lot of cool, cheap affordable cloths, you can buy nice things without breaking your back. Especially, if you are on a budget. In the states we have Old Navy which is virtually the same thing. I always shop there when I am back in the states.

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