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Pakistan's Growing Appetite For International Brands

British brands are cashing in on a huge boost in retail sales in Pakistan. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.

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Comment by Riaz Haq on September 8, 2013 at 4:36pm

With the rise of Pakistan's middle class and growing brand recognition among consumers, Pakistani companies are establishing their own brands.

Some of the Pakistani brands include Engro Foods, Haleeb Foods, Shezan juices, Rooh Afza, Tapal tea, Shan spices, JJ (Junaid Jamshed clothing), Gul Ahmad (textiles), K&N chicken, Tibet Snow cream, Kala Kola hair color, Dawlance, Shahi supri,

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Comment by Riaz Haq on April 14, 2015 at 9:30pm

International shoe manufacturer and retailer, Clarks, entered Pakistan by launching its first ever store in Karachi on April, 11. The expertly crafted footwear is now available at The Forum mall. The stores are also being opened up in Lahore and Islamabad.

The brand has a unique heritage of almost 200 years in remarkable shoe design. Shoeaholics, both men and women, will get finest retail experience with the brand’s signature collections and styles. Nancy Huang, C&J Clark International President of Asia Pacific, said, “It’s always great to see a new store open, especially when it’s in such a good position within a premium shopping mall. The Pakistan team and our partners have done a magnificent job in setting up the store. We are in great company here; this mall is an impressive shopping destination with a fantastic mix of brand names and customers. We are delighted to be a part of it.”

The brand is also well-known for its celebrity clientele and collaborations with high-fashion designers. It has been successful in becoming the leading shoe company in the UK and a global business in over 100 markets worldwide. With their latest franchise in Pakistan, the brand intends to penetrate the markets and set impeccable shoe-trends.

One of the leading groups in the textile industry, Umer Group of Companies is behind the successful launch of the franchise. The store was inaugurated by the acting Deputy High Commissioner of the British High Commission Gillian Atkinson. The event was followed by a fashion showcase. Sleekly styled, renowned models adorned the latest in-store collection.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 15th, 2015.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/869796/british-footwear-steps-into-paki...

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