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Being Human targets to open 30 more stores by FY17
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Apr '16
Being Human, the clothing line with a heart, targets to open 30 more stores by the end of the financial year 2016-17, in addition to the existing 51 stores in 2016 opened in India and Nepal.

The brand has made a strong hold all over the country with its massive presence in past 4 years under its global licensing partner Mandhana Retail Ventures Ltd.

Amongst its other global expansion plans, Being Human will open its first exclusive store in Bordeaux, France in March 2016 and also launch at the Selfridges in London, Birmingham and Manchester as well as on their online channel with the brand's AW16 Collection in July 2016. The brand is all set to launch its official e-commerce website for USA after having its e-commerce presence in Europe and United Kingdom.

Kunal Mehta, VP - Marketing and Business Development, Being Human Clothing said, “We are thrilled to have reached a milestone of 51 exclusive stores and overall 350 point of sales in just under 4 years of inception. It is overwhelming to see such a great response not only from our customers but also our partners who have supported the brand to reach maximum pincodes in the country. We are looking forward to continue to share 100% love care share in newer markets.”

Manish Mandhana, Director, Mandhana Retail Ventures Ltd said, “We are proud to announce that we are available in more than 15 countries across 500 and more point-of-sales. We are focused to enhancing Being Human's presence not only locally but also internationally by tapping new markets this year. Our aim is to make Being Human a global fashion brand that every individual can connect with”. (HO)

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