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Adnan Houdrouge to launch Go Sport and Nespresso in Libreville in December, in the wake of Kiabi

Adnan Houdrouge to launch Go Sport and Nespresso in Libreville in December, in the wake of Kiabi

The Mercure group runs a dozen different stores in Gabon including Adidas, Celio, Guess and City Sport and is due to open new outlets in December at the Mbolo shopping mall in Libreville which is currently undergoing extensive renovation work. Openings include Go Sport and a Nespresso store, the first to be inaugurated by Mercure International, as well as a N’Kids indoor playground.

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            ▪ Adnan Houdrouge to launch Go Sport and Nespresso in Libreville in December, in the wake of Kiabi

▪ The Mercure group runs a dozen different stores in Gabon including Adidas, Celio, Guess and City Sport and is due to open new outlets in December at the Mbolo shopping mall in Libreville which is currently undergoing extensive renovation work. Openings include Go Sport and a Nespresso store, the first to be inaugurated by Mercure International, as well as a N’Kids indoor playground.

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05/11/2019 at 18h23, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 07/11/2019

The Mercure International group, founded by Adnan Houdrouge, a Senegalese born businessman of Lebanese descent, opened its fourth Kiabi clothing store on the continent in the Mbolo shopping mall in Libreville. Two outlets opened in 2018 (at Cap Sud in Abidjan and in the SAHM mall in Dakar) and a third shop in 2016 at the Grand Fleuve mall in Brazzaville.

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