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SPAR Belarus creates 120 jobs with new EUROSPAR in Mazyr

January 15, 2019 IN THE CATEGORY: Store openings

SPAR Belarus recently opened a new EUROSPAR Supermarket in the city of Mazyr, in the south of the country. The new supermarket was opened just one month after the launch of a modern EUROSPAR in Pinsk and has been an important addition to the local community, helping to create 120 new jobs.

EUROSPAR Mazyr is located in a residential area, has a sales space of nearly 1,000m² and offers customers a large selection of products and excellent customer service. The extensive fresh food area and fresh cut flowers can be found directly at the entrance. The store is easy to navigate due to a well arranged floor plan, making it easy for customers to find what they are looking for. When designing the store a large focus was placed on convenience, putting the customer and its needs first.

The official opening on 22 December, just in time for Christmas shopping, attracted a lot of attention. Hundreds of residents attended the opening festivities and promotions, including food tastings instore. A lot of time went into selecting the SPAR team to ensure that the store stands out from the competition through great customer service. Before the opening of the new EUROSPAR Supermarket, the young team was addressed with these encouraging words: “Treat your customers the way you would like them to treat you – with a friendly smile. Customers will love coming to this store and you will love working here.”

SPAR Belarus is currently preparing for the opening of a number of new SPAR stores, scheduled to be launched during the course of 2019.

Source: SPAR Belarus


About SPAR Belarus

In December 2016, SPAR International granted an exclusive licence to Almi Group’s Unifood CJSC subsidiary to operate the SPAR Brand in Belarus. The first SPAR neighbourhood supermarket was opened in the capital city of Minsk in August 2017. SPAR Belarus aims to have 60 SPAR Supermarkets in operation by 2020 in the cities of Minsk, Grodno, Gomel, Brest and their respective regions.