Bol.com named strongest retail brand

| April 13, 2018

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Bol.com, part of the Euronext listed Ahold Delhaize (ticker symbol: AD), has been declared the strongest retail brand in the Netherlands for the fourth time in a row. This was recently announced by Hendrik Beerda Brand Consultancy, who carries out a yearly Retail Brand Survey. Today, a group of bol.com’s newest employees are on the gong stage, they will be working together with their colleagues to ensure a bright future for the company.

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