Cantabil Retail opens 10 exclusive outlets in one month
By Retail4Growth Bureau | January 20, 2023
The new stores were opened in different states in December 2022 and with these, Cantabil Retail has reached a 439 store mark in the country.
Cantabil Retail India Ltd has announced the opening of 10 new exclusive retail outlets, as part of its robust strategy to grow the retail portfolio. The new apparel and accessories stores have been opened in different states including Nagaland, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab in the month of December 2022.
With these recent store openings, Cantabil Retail has reached a 439 store mark and plans to continue expanding across India this year. The all-new Cantabil Retail stores represent the future of retail experience for its customers, as they offer a full range of formal-wear, party-wear, wedding collections, casuals, and ultra-casual clothing for men, women, and children in the middle to upper-income brackets under one roof.
Commenting on the openings, Deepak Bansal, Director, Cantabil Retail India Ltd. said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of 10 new Cantabil retail stores across the country. Cantabil Retail as a brand has been well received and admired amongst our customers in the mid-premium segment, across all age groups. In order to ensure the availability of trendy yet competitive fashion apparel to our customers, we have launched these retail stores spread across key states. Today, we have a very strong presence across the length and breadth of the country, aim to aggressively expand our retail presence further and achieve INR 1,000 crore revenue over the next few years.”
In addition to having a significant ground presence in North India, the brand has also grown in West India. Central India has developed over time to become an important market for the brand due to a large increase in demand across the fashion apparel segment. With the opening of its most recent location in Chindwara, MP, Cantabil retail has 27 locations overall, distributed among 22 cities within Central India.