After years of speculation, Apple may be preparing to open its first retail store in Belgium in the city of Brussels, reports Belgian blog Apple Nieuws Vlaanderen. Apple yesterday posted six job listings for vacant positions in the upcoming Brussels location.
Details on the store and its location were not provided in the listing, but the store is believed to be planned on the Guldenvlieslaan in a new complex which is currently under construction. The building is expected to be completed in 2015, with Apple as a possible launch retailer. Future Belgian Apple stores are expected for Ghent and Antwerp following the Brussels opening.
Apple is continuing to expand its retail operations under the leadership of Angela Ahrendts, opening stores both domestically and internationally. The company opened its first stores in Turkey earlier this year and has also been hiring for stores in the United Arab Emirates
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I have had two bad experiences with these franchises. I shop online or drive to Amsterdam or Paris for now
An actual Apple Store will be more than welcome!
Good luck with that loyalty scheme.