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Tiger debuts at Milton Keynes

Danish homewares retailer Tiger has opened a new store at Centre:mk in Milton Keynes.

GENERAL MERCHANDISE

Tiger debuts at Milton Keynes

Danish homewares retailer Tiger has opened a new store at Centre:mk in Milton Keynes.

Situated on Eagle Walk, Tiger is trading over the ground and first floor levels, adjacent to the new Clarks concept store.

The Tiger shop has been designed by London-based agency, Inature. The opening takes the number of UK stores for the brand to 45.

Other brands to open regional flagships at the shopping centre, which is jointly owned by Hermes Investment Management and AustralianSuper, include Cath Kidston, The White Company and Jigsaw.  

Ed Sellick, asset manager at Hermes Investment Management, said: “Tiger adds another dimension to our strong line-up. It has an offer that appeals to all ages and we are very pleased to keep driving forward the number of key international brands at Centre:mk, in line with our strategy.”

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