Liverpool (store)

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El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V.
Sociedad Anónima Bursátil de Capital Variable
Traded asBMVLIVEPOL
IndustryDepartment store
Founded1847; 173 years ago (1847)
HeadquartersMexico City, Mexico
Key people
Jorge Salgado (CEO)
ProductsClothes, cosmetics, electronics, furniture, white line products, shoes, jewelry, perfumery, sports equipment, specialty foods
RevenueIncrease US$ 4.5 billion (2012)
Increase US$ 552.7 million (2012)
Number of employees
35,000
Websitewww.liverpool.com.mx
Liverpool Interlomas, Greater Mexico City.
Liverpool Torreón.
Liverpool store in Torreón
The original Liverpool store located at Carranza and 20 de Noviembre streets in the historic center of Mexico City.
Second Liverpool store in Villahermosa, Tabasco. Opened March 2012 in Altabrisa Fashion Mall.

El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V., commonly known as Liverpool, is a mid-to-high end retailer which operates the largest chain of department stores in Mexico. It operates 136 stores under the Liverpool name, 131 stores under the Suburbia name, and 27 shopping centers, including Perisur and Galerías Monterrey.[1]

Its headquarters are in Santa Fe, Cuajimalpa.[2]

Liverpool stores[edit]

History[edit]

Liverpool, first called The Cloth Case, was founded in 1847 by Jean Baptiste Ebrard,[3] a Frenchman who first started selling clothes in cases in Mexico City's downtown. In 1872, he started importing merchandise from Europe[citation needed]. Much of the merchandise was shipped via Liverpool, England, prompting Ebrard to adopt the name Liverpool for his store, in 1862 he opened its second store and since then it has continued growing[citation needed].

Liverpool Interlomas Store[edit]

In 2011, Liverpool opened a high-profile store in the Interlomas neighborhood of Greater Mexico City. The structure was designed by Rojkind Arquitectos. This three-story structure is clad in a double-layered stainless steel surface fabricated by Zahner.[4] The 30,000m2 department store includes a rooftop recreational park where friends, families, and pets are welcome.[5] Several design firms were involved in various aspects of the project. The interiors were done by American architecture and design firm FRCH Design Worldwide, the rooftop garden by Thomas Balsley and the gourmet space by JHP Design.

Liverpool locations[edit]

Greater Mexico City[edit]

Liverpool Interlomas, opened in 2011

Under construction[edit]

Northern Mexico[edit]

State City Liverpool Fabricas de Francia
Baja California Mexicali 1 0
Baja California sur La Paz 1 0
Chihuahua Chihuahua 1 1
Ciudad Juarez 1 1
Coahuila Saltillo 1 1
Torreón 1 0
Durango Durango 1 0
Nuevo León Monterrey 3 0
San Pedro Garza García 1 0
Tamaulipas Ciudad Victoria 1 0
Tampico 2 0
Sinaloa Culiacán 1 0
Los Mochis 1 1
Mazatlán 1 1
Sonora Ciudad Obregón 0 1
Hermosillo 2 0
Zacatecas Zacatecas 1 0

Central & Southern Mexico[edit]

Fashion Fest[edit]

Fashion Fest of Liverpool is an annual festival that covers new fashion trends for the new seasons, it has reunited some of the most important supermodels like: Valeria Mazza, Esther Cañadas, Eva Herzigova, Cindy Crawford, Heidi Klum, Gisele Bündchen, Adriana Lima, Claudia Schiffer, Julianne Moore, Alessandra Ambrosio, Doutzen Kroes, Bar Refaeli, Olivia Wilde, Milla Jovovich, and most recently Irina Shayk

Fábricas de Francia[edit]

A former Fábricas de Francia branch in Oaxaca de Juarez, Oaxaca
A former Fábricas de Francia branch in Zumpango de Ocampo, Mexico State

Stores under the name Fábricas de Francia (English: France Factories) belonged to Liverpool but did not carry the name. Fábricas de Francia outlets were found in 25 cities, operating and working in the same fashion that Liverpool does. It was announced in 2018 that Liverpool would phase out the Fábricas de Francia brand and all stores were converted to either the Liverpool or Suburbia brand.[6]

Former Fábricas de Francia locations[edit]

Northern Mexico[edit]

Central & Southern Mexico[edit]

Shopping malls operated by Liverpool[edit]

Liverpool store located in Perisur, a mall operated by Liverpool.
  • Perisur
  • Perinorte
  • Galerias Atizapan
  • Galerias Monterrey
  • Galerias Metepec
  • Galerias Querétaro
  • Galerias San Juan Del Río
  • Galerias Cuernavaca
  • Galerias Coapa
  • Galerías Insurgentes
  • Galerias Celaya
  • Galerias Chilpancingo
  • Galerias Vallarta
  • Galerias Tabasco
  • Galerias Mérida
  • La Isla Mérida
  • Galerias Saltillo
  • Galerias Mazatlan
  • Galerias Acapulco
  • Galerias Campeche
  • Galerias Zacatecas
  • Galerias Serdán, Puebla
  • Galerias Toluca
  • Galerias Polanco
  • Galerias Tlaxcala
  • Galerias La Paz
  • Galerias Santa Anita, Guadalajara

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.elpuertodeliverpool.mx/docs/informes-anuales/ia2018/Informe-Anual-Liverpool-2018.pdf
  2. ^ "Annual Report 2013 Archived 2014-05-27 at WebCite" (Archive). Liverpool. p. 28 (32/66). Retrieved on May 27, 2014. "The Company’s domicile and main place of business is: Mario Pani 200 Col. Santa Fe , Cuajimalpa México, D.F"
  3. ^ Brenes, Esteban R.; Haar, Jerry (2012). The Future of Entrepreneurship in Latin America. Palgrave Macmillan. p. 202. ISBN 978-0-230-27918-6.
  4. ^ DB, Andy. "Liverpool Department Store - Update". Retrieved 2012-07-03.
  5. ^ Cerchiara, Claudia. "Liverpool Interolomas - Grand Opening". Retrieved 2012-07-03.
  6. ^ https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/liverpool-says-adios-to-fabricas-de-francia/

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