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Home textiles brand Maspar opens one more store in Delhi
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Aug '13
Maspar announced the launch of its exclusive store at Mathura Road. One of country’s leading home décor brands in woven fabrics, maspar targets the urban educated Indian with an inclination towards modern and luxurious living.

With the launch of this store, the store count of maspar in Delhi/NCR will be five with three stores in Delhi at Select city Walk, Saket, South Extension-II and Mathura Road respectively, one in Noida and the other at Gurgaon.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Rajesh Mahajan, the Managing Director of maspar says, “Maspar through its products believes in providing affordable luxury with great quality. The products are for those who like to indulge themselves in their homes. We believe in giving the customers value for their money.”

“As a brand, we are truly international, and available worldwide. The designs are contemporary, specifically created around themes based on international trends” he added.

With the store at Mathura Road, maspar looks forward to expanding its reach to a larger audience.

About maspar

maspar was set up in the year 2002. With over 40 years of experience in manufacturing and supplying to international brands, maspar was set up specifically to cater to the Indian market and the products are designed according to international trends.

maspar operates through its 9 exclusive stores in India, and has expanded its presence in 35 different locations since the last 4 years in Home Décor Stores, and is further expanding their presence in Independent retailers across India and in the International market.

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