Celtic Tiger: the Danish variety retailer prepares for Glasgow store opening

Graham Soult

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3 Responses

  1. RetroGadget says:

    Visited the Stratford, London branch of Tiger yesterday, I’d forgotten what a good store it is.
    These Scandinavian(Tiger,Ikea,Clas Ohlson)stores have a good knack of tempting the shopper by selling lots of reasonably priced quality items that you buy and get home thinking; ‘Did I really want that’!

  2. Gabby says:

    Tiger provide very good value for money, and very good quality sourced goods so will do well in the budget homemarket because although value based they are not really a pound shop. Their homeware is simply great value for money. The shops in London Stratford, Hammersmith and Lewisham are always packed.

  3. RetroGadget says:

    Agree with your comparison of Tiger to the likes of Clas Ohlson and others. My first experience of a Tiger store was in Basingstoke a few years ago, since then a store appeared in Solihull, West Midlands which was short-lived.

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