Tim Cook visits Apple Brompton Road and Apple Regent Street retail stores in London, England
Apple CEO Tim Cook has met with Apple Store employees at the iPhone maker’s locations on Brompton Road and Regent Street in London, England, continuing Cook’s tour of the UK capital after announcing a partnership with the country’s largest arts centre, the Southbank Centre today to expand Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative.
Apple Brompton Road opened its doors in July, with today’s visit believed to be Cook’s first to the flagship store in Knightsbridge, London — one of the city’s most luxurious shopping districts.
“It was great to spend time with our team members at Apple Brompton Road and Regent Street today. Their care and support for our customers always puts a smile on my face!”, said Cook on Twitter, sharing pictures with store employees.
It was great to spend time with our team members at Apple Brompton Road and Regent Street today. Their care and support for our customers always puts a smile on my face! pic.twitter.com/gRisVO8bns
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) September 26, 2022
On Sunday, Cook was spotted in London at Apple Covent Garden, where he was seen taking pictures with staff as Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s Leader of Retail + People was similarly seen at Apple White City.
Image: Tim Cook