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Travel Star concept makes debut at Les Galleries
Mar '08
The Nuance Group further expands its retail offer at Geneva Airport's landside shopping precinct by opening a 65 square metre “Travel Star” luggage and travel accessory concept.

The shop complements the existing fashion & accessories offer currently presented by Nuance at Geneva's “Les Galleries” all users' area.

The “Travel Star” concept made its debut at Zurich Airport. It offers a broad variety of luggage and travel accessories, including well-known brands such as Samsonite, Delsey and Longchamp. The new Geneva shop targets travellers, meeters and greeters and staff working at the airport alike.

Stephan Salvisberg, Managing Director Switzerland, The Nuance Group, expresses his delight about this further enhancement of the Nuance offer at Geneva Airport: “We are convinced that this luggage and travel accessories concept is ideally suited to the audience visiting Geneva Airport's landside shopping area.

'Travel Star' offers convenient shopping for both travellers and visitors and perfectly complements the existing offer at 'Les Galleries'.”

Pierre Germain, Financial Director, Geneva International Airport, added: “This concept was missing in the airport railway station shopping centre and clearly contributes to the shift of the positioning of the landside retail offer towards a higher level, in line with our objective. It is the fourth unit operated by Nuance landside and we have no doubt it will prove as successful as the others.”

Nuance Group

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