Kishore Biyani''s Future Group is all set to infuse up to Rs750 crore over three
years for setting up 50 ''Brand Factory'' outlets that will house around 120 brands
across various categories, with prices discounted by 20-50 per cent.
Group''s Brand Factory aims to provide the best apparel brands in men''s, women''s
and kids segment, along with luggage, mobile, accessories and footwear at what
it calls, ''smart prices''.
plan is to set up 50 ''Brand Factory'' stores across metros and grade-A cities in
India, by 2010-11, according to Brand Factory marketing chief Rajesh Seth. One
store could entail an average investment of Rs15 crore, which would spread across
6,500 feet of retail space.
brands like Arrow, Espirit, Van Heusen, Louis Philippe, Levis, Titan, Lee, Pepe,
Wrangler, Lee Cooper, Nike, Adidas, Liberty, Red Tape, Reebok, Revlon and Maybelline,
the Brand Factory provides a single roof for all of these inhabitants.
to Seth, the company is aiming at the youth who have high purchasing power, and
a brand conscious attitude, saying that more than 70 per cent shoppers at the
Brand Factory are below 30 years, and desire fashion brands at reasonable prices.
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