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Zara expands presence in Gujarat with grand opening of flagship store in Ahmedabad’s Palladium Mall

Global fashion brand Zara has unveiled its first store in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, located at Palladium Ahmedabad.

Covering 27,000 square feet, this marks the brand’s second establishment in Gujarat. It presents collections for women, men, and kids across three floors—ground, first, and second—and is furnished with cutting-edge technological amenities.

The brand’s app is seamlessly integrated with various services, such as reserving fitting rooms, accessing a designated area for online order pickups, browsing store inventory online, ordering items for pickup within two hours, and checking stock availability. Additionally, the store features two self-checkout zones for added convenience.

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Regarding sustainability, the establishment has been meticulously designed, constructed, and operated to minimize energy and water consumption. Furthermore, the wood utilized in the store, along with paper goods such as bags and labels, bear PEFC or FSC certifications, ensuring responsible and sustainable sourcing practices.

Zara operates under the Inditex Group, an international fashion conglomerate that oversees various retail brands including Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, and Zara Home.

Inditex manages a comprehensive network of both brick-and-mortar and online stores across more than 200 markets and aims to achieve climate neutrality by 2040. Presently, Inditex operates 23 Zara outlets in India, including the one mentioned.

According to information on Trent Limited’s official website, the company holds two distinct associations with the Spanish Inditex group. One involves a 51% shareholding by Inditex and 49% by Trent, dedicated to operating Zara stores in India. The other association is similarly structured for the operation of Massimo Dutti stores in the country.

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