Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed EPP, Poland’s biggest retail landlord, continues to demonstrate agility in the ever-changing retail market by positioning its shopping centres as thriving hubs for innovation.

Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed EPP (JSE: EPP), Poland’s biggest retail landlord, reported results for the year ended 31 December 2020 with distributable earnings reaching €5.56 cents per share, exceeding its guidance of between €4.75 and €5.25 cents.

Conscious consumers are championing the resale of goods to reduce waste and extend the active life of garments and other products, and innovators in the retail sector are responding.

Tuesday, 29 September 2020 13:50

A robust EPP meets the challenges of COVID-19

JSE-listed EPP, Poland’s biggest retail landlord, reported results for the six-months ended 30 June 2020 that reveal a business with increased operational resilience.

Tomasz Trzósło, CEO of JSE-listed EPP, Poland’s biggest retail landlord, has been listed among 100 most influential people in the Polish economy in 2020 in a joint ranking delivered by three independent biggest economic media in Poland.

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