Another Danish Tiger in Wales

Retailer opens third location in Cardiff

Tiger, the rapidly expanding chain of Danish retail stores owned by Zebra, is about to open its third location in Cardiff in Wales.

The chain has recently undergone a rebranding, and the new Welsh store will be known as Flying Tiger Copenhagen.

Inexpensive, but not cheap
The chain is known for its eclectic mix of wares including everything from Scandinavian design kitchenware, toys, party ware, hobby items, personal care, CDs, storage and candles to toys and even herbs and spices.

Although the chain is well-known for offering low prices, it is moving away from its original concept of being a discount store that offered everything for a ‘ti’er’.

READ MORE: Tiger thriving in the UK

The new shop, scheduled to open in September, will be the first in Wales under the new Flying Tiger Copenhagen brand.





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