IKEA to launch first Delhi store by 2025

Till now the furniture retailer has set up three mega stores in Hyderabad, Navi Mumbai and Bengaluru and has set up two city centres in Mumbai.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Thursday, December 01, 2022, 11:49 PM IST
article-image
IKEA to launch first Delhi store by 2025 | Photo: Representative Image

After back-to-back store launches in Mumbai and Bangalore, Swedish furnishing giant IKEA is all set to open its store in Delhi by 2025, CNBC-TV18 reported.

IKEA received government approval in 2013 for its Rs 10,500 crore investment for opening stores in India. The company had planned to set up 10 stores and allied infrastructure in over 10 years in India. Subsequently, it planned to open 15 more stores.

Thus far, the furniture retailer has set up three mega stores in Hyderabad, Navi Mumbai and Bengaluru and has set up two city centres in Mumbai.

Apart from that, IKEA is also offering products online through the website or App to its customers in cities such such as Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat, and Vadodara.

(If you have a story in and around Mumbai, you have our ears, be a citizen journalist and send us your story here. )

(To receive our E-paper on WhatsApp daily, please click here.  To receive it on Telegram, please click here. We permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.)

RECENT STORIES

Tech layoffs: Amid job cuts, PWC to create 30,000 jobs in India in 5 years

Tech layoffs: Amid job cuts, PWC to create 30,000 jobs in India in 5 years

RBI repo rate hike was expected, says developers

RBI repo rate hike was expected, says developers

ICRA report shows 96% rise in India's domestic air passenger traffic for Jan

ICRA report shows 96% rise in India's domestic air passenger traffic for Jan

Online hiring for white collar jobs dropped by 2% in Jan

Online hiring for white collar jobs dropped by 2% in Jan

Tata Steel gets counter package for Port Talbot plant from UK government

Tata Steel gets counter package for Port Talbot plant from UK government