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Bingo (Supermarket)

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Trading name  Bingo
Industry  Retail
Area served  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Founded  1993
Number of employees  5,500
Native name  Bingo d.o.o.
Founder  Senad Džambić
Headquarters  Tuzla Canton
Number of locations  175
Type of business  Private
Products  Grocery Restaurant General merchandise Convenience store Discount store Hypermarket Supermarket Wholesale/Distribution

Bingo (full name: Bingo export-import Tuzla d.o.o.) is the largest Bosnian domestic supermarket chain. The company's headquarters is located in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was founded in 1993 by Bosnian businessman Senad Džambić.

In 2015, Bingo had 175 stores open in Bosnia and Herzegovina and more than 5,500 employees.

In 2014, Bingo became the biggest domestic retail company in Bosnia and Herzegovina by acquiring companies Interex BiH and Tuš Trade BiH. Turnover in 2014 was higher than 500 million BAM.

Bingo's chief competitor is Konzum, a Croatian supermarket chain operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Bingo (Supermarket) Wikipedia


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