3Things: From TVs to heat pumps in Pilsen, Primark in Brno, D0 thru D0lni Chabry

Published: 05. 09. 2022

Primark is scheduled to open its second store in Olympia Brno on Sept. 14, roughly a year after opening its first on Wenceslas Square in Prague. Sales director Maciej Podwojski says Czech shoppers welcomed the shop’s arrival, giving the Irish retailer the confidence it needed to hire 190 new employees. It’s to be the company’s 406 store worldwide, with still newer ones planned for Romania and Slovakia.

Panasonic plans to invest €145 million into its old television factory in Pilsen to expand its production of air-to-water heat pumps. Initial units could . . .



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