Bharti launches new store format
Bharti Retail, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bharti Enterprise, has recently launched a new store format- easyday Hyper in
October 01, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
Bharti Retail, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bharti Enterprise, has recently launched a new store format- easyday Hyper in Mumbai. Easyday Hyper in Magnet Mall, LBS Road, Bhandup (West), Mumbai is Bharti Retail's first store in West India. The store offers customers over 20,000 quality products at everyday low price, a great shopping experience and consistent availability, all under one roof.
Spread over 60,000 sq ft, this easyday Hyper store offers over 475 new items across categories such as jams and spreads, spices, flour, biscuits, namkeens, ethnic sweets, oils, frozen vegetables and pickles among other things. In addition, a wide assortment of 3D and LED televisions, refrigerators, washing machines, mobile phones, laptops, tablets and cameras is also available at the new store.
Andrew Levermore, Chief Operating Officer, Bharti Retail, said, "We are delighted to cross two significant milestones – our entry into West India and the launch of a new format in Mumbai. Mumbai is the business centre of India and it is only appropriate for us to launch easyday Hyper in this vibrant city. We are optimistic that this store will be as well received as our stores in North, Central and South India. We believe that easyday Hyper will help Mumbaikars live better by saving them money and by offering them a wide range of quality goods at consistently low prices."
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