MyCom, the Dutch computer retailer appears to have landed in trouble once again. Immediately, the chain of computer stores has shut down seven of its fourteen stores. These include the stores in Amstelveen, Arnhem, Den Bosch, Den Helder, Helmond, Leiden and Zeist, reports Tweakers.
While there is no official confirmation from the company regarding the same on its website, the computer retailer mentions that still, seven stores are functional. In mid-December 2018, the company stated that ‘everything will do differently’ in 2019. It gave a 20% discount on stocks in the offline stores. Thereby, we can expect the store concept to be renewed.