Pari Gallery plans more Qatar outlets
February 25 2016 12:11 AM
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Salman Abdul Rahim

By Joseph Varghese/Staff Reporter

Pari Gallery, a leading retail chain of several luxury goods in Qatar, will be expanding its services by opening new outlets and adding new products in the coming years, said an official of the group yesterday.
Speaking to Gulf Times at the Pari Jewellery pavilion at Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition (DJWE) 2016, Salman Abdul Rahim, general manger, Pari Gallery, Qatar, said that his company will open two retail outlets soon in Doha.
He explained: “Now we have four outlets in the country. We are planning to open two more outlets; one later this year in Mall of Qatar and another one by 2017 in North Gate Mall. As the new outlets are ready to be opened, we will also add more brands under our umbrella”
“We also plan to open new showrooms outside Doha. Most probably we will open an outlet in Al Khor and another one in Al Wakrah.  Most of the new brands that will be added, will mainly be in watches and fashion accessories,” he said.
Abdul Rahim said his company has added many new products this year at the DJWE. He said, “This year we have an attractive addition from Fendi which is a watch fixed with special diamonds. When you turn the key of the watch, the colour of the dial changes from pink to blue to yellow and many more. Instead of buying many watches, one watch will give different displays.”
Elaborating, he said, “The price of the watch is not very high. It is fixed with diamonds of different sizes and different colours. We offer lifetime warranty for the product. It is an open guarantee and customers can repair it or avail other services at any time. They can visit any outlet of the company in the GCC and get the services.”
The official pointed out that Pari Gallery caters to all categories of people. “We have leading brand products starting from QR1,000 to millions and beyond. We are strong in five categories namely jewellery, watches, fashion accessories, perfumes and make up
materials,” he added.
Abdul Rahim also maintained that the Qatar market is very good and strong.

Last updated: February 25 2016 02:53 PM


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