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FabIndia to open 35-40 experience centres by March

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Oct '19
Pic: FabIndia
Pic: FabIndia
Retailer FabIndia will have 35-40 experience centres across India by the end of this fiscal, according to its managing director Viney Singh, who recently said ₹3 crore would be invested in each centre. He was addressing reporters at the opening of an experience centre in Coimbatore. Despite weak sentiments, the company is optimistic about this festive season.

The project range at the Coimbatore centre was extended from a large variety of apparel for men, women and children to home furnishing, furniture, gifts, jewellery, organic food and personal care products, Singh said.

FabIndia is working with 60,000 artisans from 25 States for its products, he added.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)


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