Menswear brand Blackberrys enters Nepal market with two new stores
Menswear brand Blackberrys owned by Mohan Clothing Company Pvt Ltd has entered the Nepal market with the launch of two new stores.
The two new stores in Durbarmarg and Civil Mall in Nepal are spread across 2,000 sq ft and 2,700 sq ft respectively housing a wide range from the brand including suits, jackets, formal wear, casual wear, ethnic wear, footwear, accessories among others.
Commenting on the Nepal expansion, Nitin Mohan, co-founder director at Blackberrys in a statement said, “We are excited to announce the launch of our new stores in Nepal. Our consumers consider us as their ‘fit-experts’ as our products offer the perfect fit which has been loved for over three decades in India.”
“The expansion into Nepal is a natural extension of Blackberrys’ growth strategy. With two store openings in key locations, the brand is well-positioned to capture a significant share of the growing menswear market in Nepal,” Mohan added.
In 1991, Nitin Mohan co-founded Blackberrys along with his brother Nikhil Mohan. The brand currently presence across 350 cities in India and operates more than 260 exclusive brand outlets and 700-plus multi-brand outlets.
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