Puma opens its second-largest store in India
Sports brand Puma strengthened its retail presence with the addition of its largest store in North India and second in the country, after Bengaluru.
The store, located at Cyber Hub in Delhi-NCR, is spread across an area of 7,000 square feet and houses limited-edition global collaborations along with its sports range for men, women, and children.
The store launch was attended by world boxing champion MC Mary Kom, Tokyo bronze medallist in hockey Rupinder Pal Singh, Indian cricketer Washington Sundar, and singer Harrdy Sandhu.
Commenting on the launch of the store, Abhishek Ganguly, managing director at Puma India and Southeast Asia, in a statement said: “It has always been our endeavour to not only create an immersive shopping experience around the brand and the products but also strengthen our market relevance by staying ahead of the curve in the smart retail era.”
“Coming up with our flagship store in Delhi-NCR is a testimony to our commitment to athletes and fitness enthusiasts that the region promises. We are equally committed to providing the best digital experience as part of both our offline and online retail channels,” he added.
Puma has witnessed strong growth in India over the last few years and plans to further expand its presence in the country.
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