Kalyan Jewellers opens 3 exclusive stores in Delhi


The jew­ellery re­tail chain aims at ex­pand­ing the shop­ping hori­zon while pro­vid­ing a greater level of choice, con­ve­nience and sat­is­fac­tion. Kalyan Jewellers, a di­rectly owned jew­ellery re­tail chain, has made a grand en­try in the cap­i­tal. The brand in­au­gu­rated three show­rooms in Delhi at dif­fer­ent high-end lo­ca­tions namely Pri­ta­m­pura, De­fence Colony and Karol Bagh. Each show­room is spread over 15000 square feet and has a sep­a­rate floor for di­a­mond and gold jew­ellery. The show­room will stock thou­sands of pieces of jew­ellery hand­picked from In­dia and abroad. The show­rooms were in­au­gu­rated by Kalyan Jewellers’ brand am­bas­sador Aish­wariya Rai Bachchan. Speak­ing on the oc­ca­sion T.S. Kalya­nara­man, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Kalyan Jewellers said, “Kalyan Jewellers to­day en­joys a strong as­so­ci­a­tion and trust amongst our clien­tele. The launch of our new stores is a glar­ing ex­am­ple of Kalyan Jew­eller’s suc­cess and the prized ap­pre­ci­a­tion of cus­tomers that the brand has won over the years. The launch of our stores in Delhi un­der­lines the im­por­tance of this dy­namic mar­ket. We are hope­ful that Kalyan Jew­eller’s tryst with Delhi will make more jew­ellery afi­ciona­dos ap­pre­ci­ate the brand and its un­par­al­leled collection of jew­ellery. This launch is aimed at ex­pand­ing the shop­ping hori­zon of the people in the city, while pro­vid­ing a greater level of choice, con­ve­nience and sat­is­fac­tion.” “New Delhi is a key mar­ket for us. There is a huge de­mand for both tra­di­tional as well as con­tem­po­rary jew­ellery de­signs here. New Delhi is also the fash­ion cap­i­tal of In­dia. Here con­sumers are al­ways on the look-out for new de­signs, with a unique blend of mod­ern mo­tifs and styles,” added Kalya­nara­man. Kalyan Jewellers posted a turnover of Rs. 9400 crores this fi­nan­cial year. The com­pany plans to open 19 more show­rooms with an in­vest­ment of 1000 cores and is tar­get­ing a turnover of Rs. 15000 crore for the next year

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