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Bata India to open 40 stores with international style format
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Feb '09
Bata India Ltd, the largest footwear retailer in the country announced that it will open 40 new retail stores across the country in the 1st quarter of 2009. These new stores will be based on the international format of Bata Stores and will have an average size of 3000 sft.

These new stores will primarily be located in Tier 1 & 2 cities, such as Sonepat, Kota, Jodhpur, Ludhiana, Kakinada, Berampur, Mandya, Gangtok, Hassan, Hubli, Ahmednagar, Nasik, and others, apart from the metros. This will help Bata to bring to its customers in these small cities, its new contemporary and trendy range of footwear sold in an international style outlet.

The growth and popularity of the brand last year has helped Bata in bagging two prestigious honours: it was selected as a Superbrand by the Superbrands Council for the year 2009-10 and was also awarded the Images Fashion Award for the Most Admired Footwear Brand 2008.

Announcing this Mr. Marcelo Villagran, Managing Director, Bata India Limited said, “Bata India has opened over 150 new large format stores since 2006 and will continue to open 60 new stores every year. Our retail expansion plans are aimed at meeting the shoe requirements of our customers across India. We thank our customers for their continued brand loyalty, which has helped us in getting these recognitions from the industry.”

Bata India Ltd


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