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OCTOBER 22, 2009
 

Lite Bite Foods eyes 45 stores in three years

Lite Bite Foods, a quick service food chain, has earmarked Rs 100 crore to open around 45 stores in the next three years across the country. Promoted by Dabur vice-chairman Amit Burman, Lite Bite Foods currently has 40 stores and plans to add 10 outlets by this fiscal-end. More...

Austria's KIKA furniture to open first store in Serbia

Austrian furniture retailer Kika will open a store in Belgrade in coming weeks, its first outlet in Serbia, agency reports. More...

Krispy Kreme expanding to Dominican Republic

US-based Krispy Kreme Doughnuts has announced plans to open 14 stores over the next five years in the Dominican Republic. The company entered into an agreement with Dominspec, SA, a company that operates Burger King and Papa John's restaurants in the DR. More...

GAP to unveil first store in China next year

One of the world's largest clothing retailer and iconic brand, Gap will open its first store in China next year, in order to facilitate its growth of international business. Meanwhile, the company will also develop online sales business in European Union and Canada, agency reports. More...

Spencerís Retail bets big on gourmet stores

Enthused by the growing tribe of consumers opting for gourmet food, RPG-promoted Spencerís Retail is in the process of setting up of a slew of gourmet stores. Besides making the brand more relevant to the urban consumer, the company also hopes to achieve substantial revenue from the niche category, reports Business Line. More...

Turtle to bet on accessories stores

Turtle, a Kolkata-based leading menswear brand, has now drawn up plans to put in place a chain of standalone accessories stores across the country, reports Financial Chronicle. More...

Aditya Birla Retail to take store count to 708 by FY10

Aditya Birla Retail Ltd (ABRL), which runs a chain of stores under the More brand, plans to have 700 supermarkets and eight hypermarkets across the country by this fiscal-end, reports Imagesfood. More...

Godrej and Boyce banks on wedding season

Godrej and Boyce Manufacturing, a consumer durable major, which has grown by 30 per cent during Diwali this year, is expecting to continue the `good sales syndrome' till the beginning of 2010. The company seeks to hit sales worth Rs 600 crore till December this year, reports Financial Chronicle. More...

NHDC targets Rs 1,050 crore turnover

National Handloom Development Corporation (NHDC) is targeting a turnover of Rs 1,050 crore in the current fiscal, reports Business Standard. More...

Century Plyboards September quarter net up 31% to Rs 31.50 crore

Century Plyboards India said its consolidated net profit rose by 31.96 per cent to 31.50 crore for the quarter ended September 30, over the same period last year. More...

GI status sought for Bhagalpur silks and sarees

A group of organisations have sought Geographical Indication (GI) status for silk fabrics and sarees produced in Bhagalpur division of Bihar, reports Financial Chronicle. More...

 
 
 



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