Altex, Romanian IT retailer, has opened its tenth store in the space of a former Domo showroom, inside Vulcan Value Centre Bucharest, according to company representatives.
“The stores that we have in the capital city are some of the major selling points of our network, which expanded considerably since last year, after the takeover of some areas previously held by Domo or investments made in new showrooms. We will continue to make available to technology lovers the best for money through the range of products available in stores, giving them access to products that meet their needs today and also the opportunity to test them,” said Dan Ostahie, Altex CEO.
The retailer will offer its after-sales services to former Domo customers in this store, for products in the Altex range. In addition, between January 21 and 24, the store has prepared special offers, including discounts of up to RON 700 for led TVs and up to RON 530 for laptops. For products that are not in stock in the showroom but are available online, customers can order and have them delivered in the shop within 48 hours.
Altex has a national network of 85 stores, employing some 2,000 people. The company ended 2014 with a turnover of EUR 350 million, at the level it registered before the economic crisis, with 10 percent of it coming from the online segment.