Xiaomi opens a new Mi Store outside the Paris region. This time, it is the city of Lille which hosts a store of the Chinese brand.
Xiaomi has opened a new physical Mi Store in France. And this time it is towards the North that we must turn since the store was inaugurated in Lille. As with the vast majority of other addresses, it is a high traffic area that has been chosen.
The Mi Store in Lille has indeed set up in the Euralille shopping center. “Xiaomi continues to illustrate local roots and the brand’s popularity in the region“, We read in the press release. The brand had long focused solely on opening stores in the city of Paris and its surroundings. However, a little while ago, a Mi Store opened in Lyon.
With this sign in Lille, Xiaomi shows that it wants to take seriously its expansion in the other important cities of France and to make it understood that the company does not consider that the country is limited to its capital. “This store with a sales area of 152 m2 will allow Lille to discover the universe and the multiple innovations of Xiaomi in one place“, Promises the firm.
Access and opening hours of the Xiaomi Mi Store in Lille
Some practical information is obviously necessary to take advantage of this new place. Let’s start with the exact address: Mi Store – Level 1 – Euralille Shopping Center – 100, Avenue Willy Brandt, 59777.
As for the hours: the Mi Store will welcome the public from Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 7 pm during the curfew period. From May 19 – when the curfew time is pushed back – it will close at 8 p.m. During periods of sanitary restriction, the store will not receive more than 15 people at the same time.
Promotions to celebrate the opening
On Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 May, Xiaomi announces promotions and prizes to be won to celebrate the opening of its Mi Store in Lille. The Mi Scooter Essential, Mi 10T Pro or the Poco M3 will thus be entitled to some discounts.
It should also be remembered that Xiaomi is currently experiencing a prosperous period by establishing itself more and more on the European continent and in particular in France.