E-comm lifestyle company MadBow Ventures Ltd opens the 2nd flagship store of StreetStyleStalk
By Retail4Growth Bureau | June 07, 2022
The first store was launched in April with the company aiming to open eight more stores within 6 months in the Delhi NCR region
E-commerce lifestyle company Madbow Ventures Ltd has now expanded its offline presence with the launch of its second store at Arcadia South City -2, Sector -49, Gurugram. One of the leading names in the fashion industry, MadBow Ventures Ltd has five in-house lifestyle and fashion brands. MadBow Venture Ltd is aiming to open eight more stores within the next 6 months with an initial focus on the Delhi NCR region followed by other regions.
StreetStyleStalk’s second store is spread across 2000 sq. ft. and has a range of of its multiple labels that have been trending for a long time on their online platform. Earlier in April 2022, MadBow Ventures Ltd. launched StreetStyleStalk’s first flagship store in DLF Cybercity U Block in DLF Phase 3.
On the launch, Naveen Mahlawat, Co-founder, MD, and Chief Executive Officer of MadBow Ventures Ltd., said, “This is another milestone checked for MadBow Ventures. We as a team started the e-commerce business and with time, we are now happy to reach a wider customer base. The newly launched facility is an ultra-modern setup, and we have on-boarded best retail designers to focus on a great understanding of what the people may need when they walk into our store. As we are going to launch many more stores in the coming months in the Delhi NCR region, these stores will be under the different names of our multiple brands.”
Talking about how online and offline modules are a boon for an ecommerce brand, Naveen explains, "Nowadays, customers are present on both online and offline platforms to shop and ignoring one platform can result in losing out potential customers. Post the pandemic, consumers' behaviour have changed drastically and we as a brand should integrate online and offline presence to optimise the brand image in this dynamic market."