14 September 2017

South Africa: Miniso Successfully Holds the 'Change the World' Promotion Conference in South Africa

press release

Pretoria, South Africa — MINISO successfully held the "Change the World" Promotion Conference in Sheraton Pretoria Hotel in South Africa. A large number of local developers and investors were invited to the event.

This promotion conference lasted for two days, providing a platform for local businessmen to understand more about MINISO and vice versa. Since MINISO was established in 2013, it has been actively developing in the international market. So far, MINISO has reached strategic cooperation agreements with nearly 60 countries and opened more than 2,000 stores all over the world, including the U.S., Russia, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Australia and Egypt.

South Africa is a potential country with vast territory and abundant resources. In the integration of world economy and transition as well as upgrading of consumption, the retail industry in South Africa enjoys new opportunities.

Under economic globalization, enterprises may not be able to develop well if they do not think globally. Exploring opportunities elsewhere can make enterprises stronger. MINISO expects to open 10,000 stores in 100 countries by 2019, with global revenue of USD 15 billion, and this plan is just around the corner.

Myra He Cell Number: 86-20-36228788-8830 Email: myra@miniso.com

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