@home launches store in Bangalore
@home, the mega home store by Nilkamal Ltd, has announced the launch of its third store in Bangalore at Rajajinagar. The new store offers a
January 16, 2012 | comments ( 0 ) |
@home, the mega home store by Nilkamal Ltd, has announced the launch of its third store in Bangalore at Rajajinagar. The new store offers a range of quality products, home décor ideas, easy finance options, warranty and after sales service. Bangalore has seen a growing demand for luxury homes. This demand is primarily driven by Bangalore's comparatively low-priced high-segment housing projects than those compared to any other metros. Consumers aspire for villas and apartments with world-class interior patterns and styles that reflect the latest trends in the international home décor' segment. A recent report rated Bangalore as the best Indian city to live, be it in terms of quality of living and the personal safety standards.
The new @home Store Bangalore is spread across 18,000 sq ft and will offer a one-stop solution to all the home décor needs of every resident of the city. At present, there are 20 @home stores across 13 cities in the country.
Manish Parekh, Executive Director, Nilkamal Ltd, said, "We launched our third store in the northern part of Bangalore since we have stores in east and south Bangalore already. Bangalore has far more growth potential as compared to any other Indian metro. With the third store, we aspire to reach out to our customers in a better way."
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