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Gerry Weber ploughs on with UK expansion

Gerry Weber will open four new concessions in House of Fraser stores in November, adding to the three launched in September.

The German womenswear brand opened at House of Fraser in Cheltenham, Cardiff and Grimsby at the start of September, and will open in the Leeds store on November 1. These will be followed by Maidstone in Kent, Sutton Coldfield in Birmingham and Glasgow mid-month.

The concessions are an average of 680 sq ft, ranging from 430 sq ft in Cheltenham up to 930 sq ft at Maidstone, and will stock Gerry Weber, Gerry Weber Collection and Gerry Weber Edition.

The company will also open a new 1,610 sq ft outlet store in Livingstone, West Lothian, in the middle of next month, stocking Gerry Weber Collection, Gerry Weber Edition and sister brand Taifun.

Hallhuber managing director Norbert Steinke became chief retail officer at Gerry Weber International on October 5. He has joined the company’s managing board, taking its total membership to four.

Steinke will continue in his role at German womenswear fashion group Hallhuber, which became a subsidiary of Gerry Weber in December last year.

Gerry Weber has 16 own stores in the UK and Ireland, plus one outlet in Swindon. It has two franchise stores operated by Northern Ireland-based Dixons. It has 12 UK and Ireland concessions, including the three recently opened in House of Fraser.

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