Leading furniture brand WoodenStreet recently opened its first experience centre in Surat, Gujarat. Located at Luxuria Business Hub, one of the prime locations of Surat, the new store has been set up with an investment of nearly Rs 3-5 crore.
Spread across 3,000sqft, the new store will showcase an array of home furniture and decor products comprising personalized options. Currently, WoodenStreet has over 100 physical stores across India with a network of over 350 delivery hubs that offer buyers access to over 30,000 home furniture and decor products. Additionally, the brand also has a strong online presence. And now to strengthen its omnichannel presence, WoodenStreet plans to build more experience centres in Tier-II and Tier-III cities with aim to offer consumers a touch and feel experience.
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