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TIMEX plans 100 Time Factory stores by year end
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May '08
Mr Kapil Kapoor
Mr Kapil Kapoor
TIMEX Group India Ltd announced its financial results for the year-ending March 31, 2008 and declared a topline growth of 16% for the year ending March 31, 2008 over the previous financial year.

Consequently, Timex also posted a significant increase of 116% in its Net Profit for the year ending March 31, 2008 compared to the previous financial year.

Mr. Kapil Kapoor, Sr. Vice-President Asia Pacific and Managing Director, TIMEX Group India Ltd, said, “In line with our commitment to all our stakeholders, we are delighted to announce such a successful financial result for the year ending 31 March, 2008.

The significant profits posted during this year can primarily be attributed to the success of our Time Factory retail initiative which supports our multibrand strategy.

Additionally, the launch of several technologically differentiated high-end products has helped trade up consumers and further contributed to this growth.

This result proves that the company is on a solid growth trajectory and we hope to carry forward this momentum through to the next year.

The Time Factory has successfully established itself as a first of its kind, national retail chain for international watch brands. We plan to have a 100 Time Factory stores operational by the end of this calendar year.

And to give further impetus to our multi brand strategy, we are also considering bringing in some of our other international brands from the Timex Group's portfolio into the country later this year.”

TIMEX Group India Ltd


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