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Design and sophistication mark the latest store in Luanda. Not even Manuel Homem missed the inauguration

Last Saturday, in Luanda, a store dedicated to the sale of furniture, such as crockery, opened its doors. This new space was named “Maky Tableware”, having been created by P-makyhome.

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Thus, it was last Saturday afternoon that the new establishment opened its doors, in a ceremony that was attended, among others, by the governor of Luanda, Manuel Homem.

According to a brief note from the Government of the Province of Luanda, to which VerAngola had access, the new store concerns "an entrepreneurial initiative that aims to foster innovation and promote economic growth through the creation of new direct jobs".

According to Platinaline, the idea behind this store involves revitalizing the family union that is strengthened during the meal, with a great focus on design that alludes to an authentic, sophisticated experience of a table set in the national style.

On the occasion, the CEO of P-Makyhome, Albertina Makiese, expressed her "gratitude" to all employees and partners.

"I would like to express my most sincere gratitude to all employees and partners for their trust and support in all the challenges we faced together", she said, quoted by Platinaline.

See the photos from the inauguration.


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