Marks & Spencer welcomes customers to its new store in Kuwait

May 21, 2018 | By RetailME Bureau

Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Al-Futtaim announce the opening of a new store at the recently reopened Al Kout Mall in Kuwait. The mall will be home to Marks & Spencer’s fourth store in the country and will showcase the best of Marks & Spencer clothing & home and food.

The new food hall will offer carefully selected range of Marks & Spencer’s food and drink, including sweet treats, kitchen cupboard essentials and meal ideas. With more than 700 food products available in the food hall, customers have a vast choice to shop Kuwait.

The 26,000 sqft store will feature Marks & Spencer’s much loved M&S Café, offering its signature treats, 100% Colombian Arabica Coffee and butter-rich pastries. Located on the Mezzanine 1 at Al Kout Mall, the Marks & Spencer’s store will be the first and only outlet in Kuwait to feature the brand’s new premium boutique shopping concept, which promises a more inspiring shopping experience for its customers.

The new store welcomes Marks & Spencer’s homeware department too, which boasts a variety of designs and details for the home.

“Today, we are delighted to welcome our customers to the brand new M&S store in Al Kout Mall. Kuwait is an important market for us, and we are delighted to bring our newest store to the recently reopened Al Kout Mall. This exciting launch has given us the opportunity to extend our reach across Kuwait and offer our customers a modernised shopping experience,” says James Harvey, head of international franchise at Marks & Spencer.



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