Malabar Gold & Diamonds expands further in Far East.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds the leading jeweler retailer in GCC & India is all set to open its first outlet in Singapore. The biggest showroom of the brand so far is located in Syed Alwi Road, Arya Samaj Building, Opp. Mustafa Centre.
The showroom displays an extensive collection of gold, diamonds, silver, pearl & platinum jewelleries in exquisite designs and styles to suit the tastes of today's international customers. Their latest range of jewellery in gold & diamonds specially designed for the festive season will also be available at this showroom.
The first outlet of Malabar Gold & Diamonds in Singapore will be inaugurated by their brand ambassador, Superstar Suriya on 23rd October at 4 PM. The group also announced their inaugural offer that last until 24th Nov 2013. The customers can avail a free gold medal with every jewellery purchase of S$ 1000.
To add more glitter to this occasion, the jeweler is unveiling its new branded jewellery segment “EVERAFTER – Wedding Bands”. It will be officially launched by Suriya on the inauguration day. To mark this occasion, the jewellery chain has unveiled more designs in their branded jewellery segment; Era- Uncut Diamond collection, Mine- Diamonds Unlimited, Ethnix- hand crafted designer jewellery, Divine- heritage Indian jewellery, Precia- precious gem jewellery and Starlet- kids jewellery to suit any budget and occasion.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds, one of the world's fastest growing jewellery chains, has seen rapid growth in just 20 years of operations, currently operating 101 retail outlets, manufacturing facilities and supply chain divisions spanning 7 countries. Targeting to have 220 outlets by 2015, the group has opened its 100th outlet in Gurgaon recently. To celebrate its 20 years of existence, Malabar Gold & Diamonds has marked another milestone by declaring its latest CSR policies. The group will allocate 10% of its profits for the benefit of the needy and several projects including environment conservation, women empowerment as well as to support the medical and educational sectors for the less fortunate in the society.