H&M opens first sustainable store in Mexico
The Swedish retailer earlier this month opened its first fully sustainable store worldwide in Mexico’s Monterrey, which took five months to build.
Additionally the brand is planning to open a second store in Monterrey as well as a new location in Mexico City in spring 2016.
H&M has now 16 stores in Mexico, five more since June this year. The Mexican segment of the label generated sales of 6.8 million pesos (about $ dollars).
According to the consulting firm Trendex, H&M’s global goal is to grow by 15% in 2015. In Mexico, the chain has already expanded by 150% this year.
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