Japanese eyewear brand Owndays enters Mumbai market
Japanese eyewear brand Owndays has strengthened its India footprint by entering the financial capital of the country, Mumbai, with its first store. The company announced the launch of its new 811-square-foot store at Inorbit Mall, Mumbai.
Owndays continues to remain bullish about the Indian market, despite the Covid-19 disruptions, and has opened stores in cities like Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Chandigarh over the last few months, in collaboration with its India partner, GKB Opticals.
Commenting on the launch, Sanjay Malhotra, India business head at Owndays in a statement said: “We are thrilled to be opening yet another outlet in India as the demand for quality eyewear at affordable price is increasing considerably and our product has been loved by Indian customer’s youth and matured alike. The fact that we are even opening during the Covid environment shows that we are bullish about the Indian market as we have been received exceptionally well in the country.”
Established in Tokyo, Japan in 1989, Owndays Co Ltd has a global presence of 350 stores spread across 12 countries including Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Cambodia.
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