IKEA To Open Its 4th & India’s Largest Store In Bengaluru
The latest & 4th IKEA store in India is going to open in Nagasandra, Bengaluru. The 3 more outlets are situated in Worli City Store, Navi Mumbai & Hyderabad.
The largest IKEA shop in India will open its doors in Bengaluru’s Nagasandra region today (22nd June). IKEA is a well-known Swedish supplier of home goods.
The fourth IKEA location in India is the Nagasandra Store in Bengaluru. The three more IKEA locations are situated in Worli City Store, Navi Mumbai, and Hyderabad, respectively.
IKEA expects to draw up to 50 lakh tourists to Bengaluru this year thanks to a projected investment of 3,000 crore in Karnataka, the corporation said.
The new store, which will offer home furnishing solutions to meet the varied demands of the family, will, according to the firm, become a famous landmark in the city.
The CEO & CSO of IKEA India, Susanne Pulverer said,
“Our business has a long-term commitment to Karnataka’s economy. IKEA India’s rising store presence will boost the home furnishings market. It will generate a developing eco-system for the entire sector, including expanding people and skills. We stand by our vision to improve people’s everyday lives.”
5 Facts About The Latest IKEA Store at Nagasandra, Bengaluru
1. Total Area
The Nagasandra IKEA store is located on 12.2 acres, and it has a total floor space of 4,60,000 square feet.
2. Better Consumer Experience
According to the business company, the IKEA Nagasandra shop will provide more than 7,000 home furnishings items as well as 65 room sets providing concepts and ideas to live a better life at home.
3. Material Suppliers
With 5 suppliers in Karnataka, IKEA sources roughly 25–27% of its items locally. In the long run, the company wants to source at least 50% of its products locally.
4. IKEA Workforce
IKEA now employs 1,000 people, 72% of whom are from the neighborhood, and wants to increase this number.
The business would directly employ 800–1000 people and indirectly support 1,500 more.
5. Largest Play Area with Restaurant
A 1,000-seat restaurant and a bistro providing a combination of Swedish and Indian specialties with a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan food options will also be located in the shop, which also has one of the largest children’s play spaces, called Smaland.
IKEA stated that because of its commitment to empowering women, it has witnessed female employees take up traditionally male-dominated occupations including forklift operation, power stacking, assembly, even installation services.