Japanese fashion retail company Uniqlo has started doing the rounds of leading malls in Delhi and Mumbai, scouting for a suitable space to house its flagship store in India. The company, which expects to commence its India operations in the beginning of 2019, is believed to be looking for a 30,000-35,000 sq ft shop. Its other stores will be of a similar size as large “vanilla” brands, between 10,000 and 20,000 sq ft. Uniqlo is a $16-billion global retail major with 958 stores worldwide. In the domestic market, Uniqlo is expected to compete with European brands, mainly Zara and Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), although being a fast fashion brand, some experts feel its main competitor will be Forever21. Uniqlo’s vitalizing store expansion in the two big metros is an added business advantage for the signage companies whose activities involve in in-shop designs, displays, branding and such tasks.
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