company_name = Fnac company_
company_type = Public
foundation = 1954
location_city = Clichy (67, boulevard du Général-Leclerc)
location_country = France
key_people = Denis Olivennes, CEO
industry = specialised retail
products = consumer electronics and media
revenue = 4,583.5 million (2007)
homepage = [http://www.fnac.com/ www.fnac.com]
footnotes =

The Fnac (originally "Fédération nationale d’achats pour cadres", or "National Purchasing Federation for Managers") is the largest French retailer of cultural and consumer electronics products: books, CDs and DVDs, computer software and hardware, television sets, cameras, video-games etc. The company offers a wide selection and higher-end consumer products positioning themselves above the discount retailers of such goods. Its headquarters are located in Clichy, a suburb in the north-west of Paris.

The company has 78 stores in France and also 7 in Belgium, 12 in Brazil, 2 in Greece, 7 in Italy, 13 in Portugal, 16 in Spain, 5 in Switzerland, and 6 in Taiwan (where it is now known under the name Fayaque).

tores in Spain

There are 16 FNAC stores in Spain (in order of opening):

Plaza del Cagallao (Madrid), L'illa (Barcelona), San Agustín (Valencia), Triangle (Barcelona), Coso (Zaragoza), Bulevar (Alicante), Parque Principado (Oviedo), Diagonal Mar (Barcelona), La Cañada (Marbella, Málaga), Plaza Norte (San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid), ParqueSur (Leganés, Madrid), Donostia (San Sebastián), Nueva Condomina (Murcia), Bilbao (Bilbao), Ave. de La Constitución (Sevilla), and Praza de Lugo (A Coruña). The headquarters is located in Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid.

See also

* PPR - parent company ("holding")
* Media Markt - competitor
* Dixons - competitor

External links

* [http://www.fnac.com/ French Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.be/ Belgian Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.com.br/ Brazilian Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.gr/ Greek Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.it/ Italian Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.pt/ Portuguese Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.es/ Spanish Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.ch/ Swiss Fnac website]
* [http://www.fnac.com.tw/ Taiwanese Fnac website]

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