RTE 5/13/17 The latest in the fast-growing online retail business has opened in the heart of central London.
The London shop has opened just outside of the Kensington and Chelsea borough in London’s west, and is named after its owners.
It’s a new concept, but the name is still trademarked.
“We want to bring people together and make it feel like it’s not just a one-off shop, but a new way of shopping, that’s where we are heading,” said the founder of the online shop, James Clark.
There’s also a cafe inside the shop and the owners have a large food court.
They are hoping to open up a full-scale online store in the next 12 months, with plans to offer over 100 brands in the shop.
Clark has been working in the retail space for about 15 years and is one of the founders of the shop, which he started in 2013.
He says he has worked in retail for more than 10 years and has a strong sense of what he wants his shop to be.
You need to have the right brand, you need to be consistent and have a strong identity, he said.
As for how much money the shop will make, he’s not sure, but he’s confident it will be profitable.
This shop is open for the foreseeable future and will be the first in London to offer a full range of online shopping from over 100 leading brands.
When asked about the challenges of getting into the retail business, he says that it’s a difficult business, and he is very confident that he will be able to make it work.
I’m very confident of myself and my ability to make this work, he added.
Online shoppers need to know that there is a choice and that they can get a better deal from their local store if they like it, he adds.
And there’s also the added bonus of people finding out more about the brands that they like, he explained.
These brands are so popular with customers and that can be really helpful in getting people interested in the store and making them buy more.
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