Gran Canaria sees opening of first Princelandia in the islands
Princelandia, a space for personal and educational development of girls, has started its expansion in the Canary Islands.
This franchise, which has received several awards for innovation, will employ about 20 people and has opened its doors in Agüímes in Gran Canaria. It is located on the trading estate of Arinaga.
The philosophy is to offer girls, accompanied by their mothers and grandmothers, a unique space where they can realise their dreams while learning coexistence, human values and personal hygiene.
Princelandia was born in 2010 and has achieved successful expansion on the Spanish mainland. It has already been recognised as one of the best franchises in Europe at an Italian event and the most innovative in a fair in Galicia.
The establishment in Agüímes has 400 square metres and employs 20 people.
According to the founder and director of Expansion Princelandia, Miguel Angel Parra: “Our goal is to bring children into a world where they feel comfortable learning coexistence with other people and habits that lead them to have more self-esteem and better training.
“But this isn’t a shop nor just a place to relax. Princelandia is a magic and different place where girls can learn to be a princess without giving up anything.”
The launch event was attended by numerous special guests, including the CEO of Princelandia, Reyes Rodríguez Gómez.