Spectrum Metro adds new brand stores to mall
Noida mall Spectrum Metro has recently added a number of fashion and lifestyle brands to its roster. New stores in the mall range from footwear retailer Bata to ethic wear brand Aurelia among others.
Bata recently opened a large, open plan footwear store in Spectrum Metro mall, the mall announced on Facebook. The new store features Bata’s own brand footwear as well as styles from Scholl and other labels.
Recent ethnic wear additions to the mall include Paislei and Aurelia. The two womenswear brands each opened stores in the mall with selections of kurtas, sets, and other Indian wear for the winter season, the mall announced on Facebook. In recent months, the mall has also leased space to businesses including Starbucks, Skechers, Jockey, Dabur, Mochi, and Dominos among others.
“We feel elated that Spectrum Metro has leased approx. 2.5 lakh square feet of space to popular brands like Spar Hypermarket, Inox, Max, Reliance Trends, Reliance Digital, Smaaash, Duty-Free, Centre for sight, Flying Dutchman, and many more,” said Spectrum Metro’s vice president of sales and marketing Ajendra Vikram Singh, Indian Retailer Bureau reported. “This will be a major stepping stone in consolidating our position in the highly competitive market. We look forward to having a mutually beneficial business relationship in the future with these brands.”
Spectrum Metro also announced its partnership with fast moving consumer goods and grocery retailer Spar Hypermarket, owned by Landmark group. The retailer has acquired an area of around 35,000 square feet in the Spectrum Metro area’s lower ground floor.
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