Logitech invests in Indian market
US-based computer pheripherals major Logitech will invest $50,000 by next month in the first phase of its three-pronged retailing strategy for India.
According to the Times of India, the company is also planning to open 50 outlets across the country along with pheripherals and accessory vendors, under its retailing program known as Logitech Retail Partnership, Logitech Asia-Pacific Vice-President Gavin Wu said.
The company has earmarked US$1,000 each for its vendors to spruce up their retailing space. The company has identified Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Nagpur, Ahemedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Madurai and Thiruvananthapuram, Kolkata and Delhi for opening its centres. (Worlditreport.com)
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