22nd October 2021, Mumbai:
Puma, the sportswear company, has expanded its retail footprint in North India, adding its largest shop in the region and the country's second after Bengaluru.
The store, which is located in Delhi-Cyber NCR's Hub, is 7,000 square feet and houses limited-edition worldwide collaborations as well as a sports collection for men, women, and children.
World boxing champion MC Mary Kom, Olympic bronze medalist in hockey Rupinder Pal Singh, Indian cricketer Washington Sundar, and singer Harrdy Sandhu all attended the store opening.
"It has always been our endeavour to not only create an immersive shopping experience around the brand and the products but also strengthen our market relevance by staying ahead of the curve in the smart retail era," said Abhishek Ganguly, managing director of Puma India and Southeast Asia, in a statement.
"Opening our flagship shop in Delhi-NCR is a testament to our dedication to the region's sportsmen and fitness aficionados."
"As part of both our offline and online retail channels, we are equally dedicated to offering the finest digital experience," he said. Puma has seen significant success in India in recent years and aims to continue to increase its presence there.