HyperCITY opens its second store in Janakpuri, Delhi
Spread over 38,000 sq ft, HyperCITY strives to provide its consumers a world class shopping experience under one roof.BY Indian Retailer Bureau | Jan 05, 2016 | comments ( 1 ) |
One of India’s hypermarket retail chains, HyperCITY Retail (India) Ltd. has announced the launch of its second store at Janakpuri, Delhi NCR. The retail chain has recently opened its first store in Noida and the launch of this second store in Delhi takes the overall footprint to 18 retail stores across the country.
Spread over 38,000 sq ft, HyperCITY strives to provide its consumers a world class shopping experience under one roof. The store showcases a wide array of products across categories such as Grocery, Fruits & Vegetables, Personal Care, Apparel, Footwear and more.
Speaking on the occasion, Hemant Taware, Chief Operating Officer, HyperCITY Retail (India) Ltd. said, “We are extremely pleased with the response received at the Noida store. At HyperCITY we have always aimed to cater to the refined needs of up market urban consumers via our assortment of products combined with the superior quality of shopping experience that we offer.”
“Delhi NCR has always been on our radar for quite some time and this launch is an integral part of our overall expansion plans in North India thereby helping us get an adequate foothold in this underpenetrated market,” he added.
In addition, to housing a wide range of products, HyperCITY also offers its own private brands across categories. The store has developed a suite of exclusive brands across all categories such as; EveryDay, Terzo and Fresh Basket in Food & Grocery, Avorio among others.
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