Bali, Indonesia – A printing company in Bali has opened its first ever printing shop for men.
This is the first in a long list of stores in the country to be opened in the past three years, according to the newspaper Bali Globe.
The print shop, called Leopard Print Shoes, has been opened in a busy area of the capital Bali.
“We hope this will be a source of inspiration for the young men of Bali,” the store’s owner said.
For the next few weeks, Leopard Print is going to be selling men’s shoes, with plans to expand into other categories.
Lonely Planet said in a statement that the company’s print shop opened in November, and it will be expanding in the coming months.
A woman walks past a Leopard Print store in Bambang, Bali on March 1, 2020.
More than 30 percent of Bambangs people live in poverty, and this new store could be a big boost for the country, Lonely Planet said.
“The printing industry in Bemidji has been in decline for many years.
In the last five years alone, there has been a sharp increase in the number of printed items,” the company said.
“With this opening, the Lion Print shop is an important step towards solving this problem.”