Malabar Gold announce its expansion plans, enters North Indian market

 Smt. Hema
Malini, brand ambassador, inaugurated its first showroom in Delhi & 64th

 Malabar Gold,
the fastest growing jewellery group has entered the North Indian market with the
opening of its first outlet at Karol Bagh, Delhi and 64th worldwide.
Smt. Hema Malini, the renowned celebrity and the brand ambassador of Malabar
Gold inaugurated the showroom today. This is a part of the Group’s ambitious
expansion plans to have business presence across all key cities in India and
abroad. To meet the growing demand, Malabar Gold is planning to add more
outlets in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Delhi and other parts of
the country shortly. It is also planning to roll out its operations into Far
East markets like Singapore, China, Malaysia and Indonesia besides spreading
its wings to European markets starting with UK, and eventually US in the near
future. To celebrate its showroom network expansion into Delhi & North
Indian market, Malabar Gold is offering special
gifts and discounts to all customers
who purchase jewellery from this
outlet for 60 days with effect from today.
Hema Malini, the brand ambassador of Malabar Gold with the company management
at the launch of its 64th jewellery showroom worldwide & first in Delhi 
purchased from Malabar Gold is backed by a lifetime
maintenance service, free insurance coverage and unique buy back guarantee
Moreover, ornaments purchased from Malabar Gold can be exchanged at any of their outlets wherein the customer has
to pay making charges only without any
deduction in gold price
. The Group also delights its customers by issuing privilege cards with facilities that
are enjoyable for a lifetime and also through valuable gold purchase schemes which protect
the scheme members from the soaring gold price.

The 6500 sq. ft.
showroom, located at one of the most preferred destinations for jewellery
shopping – the Bank Street, showcases immaculately crafted BIS 916 gold and PGI
certified platinum jewellery in addition to Malabar Gold’s exquisite IGI
certified diamond ornaments which are truly unbeatable in quality, value and
price. Besides this, the magnificent array of traditional, Kundan, Turkish,
Kashmeera and Polki collections are true masterpieces of jewellery.
Hema Mailini displaying exquisite jewellery at the launch of Malabar Gold’s 64th
showroom worldwide and first in Delhi.
Like all other Malabar Gold showrooms in South India
(Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh) and GCC countries (UAE,
Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait & Qatar); this outlet will also display
& sell Malabar Gold’s magnificent branded jewellery collections
which have already
set a new trend in the jewellery market. Its branded array of jewellery collections
includes ‘Era’ – uncut diamond jewellery, ‘Divine’ – heritage jewellery
collection, ‘Ethnix’ – handcrafted jewellery, ‘Precia’ – precious gems
jewellery and ‘Starlet’ – kid’s jewellery. What’s more, an entire floor is
dedicated to the diamond lovers exhibiting their eye catching collection called
‘Mine’ – diamonds unlimited. A preview show of ‘Mine’ was also arranged at the
Malabar Gold, the flagship division of
Malabar Group of Companies started its operations in the year 1993 by opening
their first outlet in Calicut, Kerala. Within a short span of 19 years, the
chain successfully established its position in India and the Middle East with
more than 1,200 investors and over 4,000 dedicated staff. Smt. Hema Malini, Padmasree Mohanlal, Music Maestro Ilaya Raja and
Junior NTR
are the famous celebrities who endorse the brand ‘Malabar Gold’.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Malabar Gold has
always been in the forefront when it comes to social campaigns like ‘Malinya
Muktha Keralam’ (Litter-free Kerala), ‘Clean Mangalore’ and ‘Act Now Do something’,
a citizen awareness campaign in Bangalore. Malabar Gold plans to continue the Green
India initiative in Andhra Pradesh with the support of Government. The company
has also set apart certain percentage of
its annual turnover for the welfare
of the poor and underprivileged.
Malabar Charitable Trust, which was started in 1999, provides life saving drugs
to the poor and over 213,000 patients
have been benefitted
by it. Malabar Group has also succeeded in providing shelter to 4000 families
through Malabar Housing Charity.

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