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Malabar Gold & Diamonds opens renovated outlet in Al Gharafa
Published: 04-Nov-2014 04:23 pm
Publisher: Malabar Gold & Diamonds
Malabar Gold & Diamonds is inaugurating its renovated outlet in Al Gharafa today at 5pm, with a new-look and refreshed product mix, providing a unique shopping experience for its growing customer base, The Peninsula reported.
The makeover of the showroom at Lulu Hypermarket is in line with the motto to offer customers an exceptional shopping experience in all areas — be it products, service or ambience. The showroom has a lot to offer and will be a feast for the eyes of jewellery lovers. To welcome the festive season, it features an exclusive collection of gold and diamond jewellery in mesmerising designs at attractive prices. Along with all Malabar Gold & Diamonds outlets in GCC, the showroom is also participating in their festive campaign – ‘Win up to 25kg of gold in 25 days’, which offers customers a chance to win 1.5kg of gold in six raffle draws.
Malabar Gold and Diamonds is the flagship company of Malabar Group, a leading diversified Indian business conglomerate.
Established in 1993 in South Indian state of Kerala, Malabar Gold & Diamonds today has a strong retail network of 117 outlets spread across eight countries, 10 wholesale units in addition to offices, design centers and factories spread in India, GCC and Singapore. With an annual turnover of $3.5 billion, the company currently ranks among the world’s top five jewellery retailers in terms of annual turnover.