Discounter Pepco targets new store openings as customers fly to value

Poundland Pep and Co exterior

Poundland owner Pepco has said it will accelerate its new store opening programme as demand for its offering increases amid global economic uncertainty.

Pepco Group, which listed on the Warsaw stock exchange last year, and owns discounters such as Pepco, Poundland and Dealz, is planning on opening at least a net 550 stores in its 2022-23 financial year, including taking the Pepco brand into Greece and Portugal.

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