MUSCAT: Joyalukkas Jewellery opened their new showroom in Karimnagar, opposite police headquarters, Mukarampura, Karimnagar, Telangana India recently. This is as part of their mega expansion plan for this financial year with 27 new showrooms across India.
“This financial year we are committing ourselves to rapid expansion across India, GCC and a couple of new countries. This compliments my vision to make the brand accessible and available to every jewellery lover in the world,” said Joy Alukkas, chairman & MD, Joyalukkas Group.
The showroom was inaugurated by Sardar Ravindar Singh (Mayor of Karimnagar, Municipal Corporation). Also present were J Rama Rao (sub-divisional police officer, Karimnagar), John Paul Joy Alukkas (executive director, Joyalukkas Group), Sonia John Paul (director) and many local dignitaries and VIPs.
Joyalukkas Jewellery is a currently a 100 plus showroom chain network spread across ten countries around the world.
The brand which is one of the world’s largest jewellery retail chains is a part of a multi-billion dollar global conglomerate, which has varied business interests. The Joyalukkas Group’s business interests include jewellery, money exchange, fashion & silks, luxury air charter, malls and realty. The world’s largest jewellery retail chain has presence in Singapore, London, UAE, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and India and will soon open in two new countries. The jewellery retailer currently has a customer base of over 10mn customers worldwide and offers over one million choices in all types of jewellery at each of its showroom.
“Our plan for Joyalukkas Jewellery in this financial year (2015-2016) includes strengthening our presence across various parts of India and opening our showrooms in cities and towns that we feel is ready for the Joyalukkas experience. We are starting this mega plan with new showrooms in the dynamic cities of Bengaluru and Karimnagar,” said Alukkas. The showrooms will feature over one million dazzling collections and exquisite designs in gold, diamond, precious stones, platinum and pearl. The collections will be a mix of traditional, ethno contemporary and international designs.
SOURCE: Muscat Daily