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Tupperware to extend its footprint, plans to add 100 outlets in 2020

By Retail4Growth Team | February 12, 2020

The premium homeware brand has launched over 50 exclusive brand outlets across 36 cities

Tupperware, global homeware brand, has launched over 50 exclusive brand outlets across 36 cities. Based on the encouraging market and consumer response, the brand aims to keep the momentum going and plans to add 100 new brand outlets within 2020, taking the total outlet count to 150.

Additionally, Tupperware’s official entry into the e-tail segment via popular market places like Amazon, Flipkart, and Paytm has helped the brand in displaying and selling its illustrious product range digitally. Tupperware has reached over 1200 new cities across India in this duration, of which 900 locations have been serviced for the first time.

Talking about the brand’s expansion plans on the retail front, Deepak Chhabra, Managing Director, Tupperware India said, “Reaching this incredible growth milestone of 50 outlets rings the celebration bells for us at Tupperware India. The celebrations will continue as we set the target of adding 100 more exclusive brand outlets within 2020. I truly believe in the power of the brick and mortar retail format and feel that no other channel can replace the impact of first-hand touch and feel. This is even more relevant in case of Tupperware as it is a highly demonstrable brand and offers products that are thoughtfully designed to deliver certain functionalities that need to be understood and to be appreciated by the consumer.”

The brand has been successfully operating in India for over 2 decades and through a well-established and robust direct selling channel of over 75,000 consultants. In August 2019, the brand transformed its sales strategy and adopted a harmonious multi-channel approach to serve latent demand. Evolving with the times, Tupperware entered retail and e-tail channels to get closer to its dynamic target consumer base.

 

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