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Study By Janak re-launches flagship store in Gurgaon
23
Sep '13
True to its vision, Study By Janak has re launched their Flagship store at Grand Mall, MG Road, Gurgaon for the next level of services and offerings for the ever discerning client in Gurgaon.

“Our store opened couple of years back and it was time to take it onto the same level as our Flagship stores in Delhi, with the same level of products, services and most importantly the ambience".

Says Mr. Manoj Mehra, CMD, Study By Janak. Talking about his business plans, Mr. Mehra adds " our aim was to focus on improving and optimally using our current resources i this financial year and thats precisely what we are working on- its a big step to simultaneously work on expansion plans as well as closing loose ends in current system, but we all know retail today has moved on from being only product focussed".

Study By Janak Flagship store at Grand Mall, Ground floor, MG Road is spread over 5,000 sq.ft and is divided in 2 levels with one level offering the ready to wear designer suits, indo westerns and corporate wear and the second level has complete wedding solutions for the grooms.

The store also has massive range of exclusive suiting fabrics from italian brands as well as world renowned Scabal, Ermengildo Zegna, Cerruti to name a few. “For gurgaon our main focus is on teh corporate and young brigade of entrepreneurs that are living in the city. Our strength of Made to Measure suits is going to make a difference in the way suits are being worn by them".

Quotes Mr. Manoj Mehra " we have also initiated a unique service Dial-A-Suit specifically for this city as its aimed at people who are time challenged by have great taste for suits, they can get a made to measure suit in the comfort of their homes."

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