Nikon Strengthens its Retail Presence in Western Region of India

Nikon Strengthens its Retail Presence in Western Region of IndiaNikon India, 100 percent subsidiary of Nikon Corporation, leaders in imaging technology, inaugurated a new Nikon Experience Zone in Mumbai recently, to bring world-class products to their customers. Launching the company’s 39th Experience Zone in West India, the centre was inaugurated by Mr. Kazuo Ninomiya, Managing Director, Nikon India and Mr. Sajjan Kumar, Sr. Vice President – Corporate Sales and Strategy, Nikon India.

With the ever-increasing presence of experience zones in the country, Nikon aims to provide a matchless ‘touch and feel’ experience to its customers, enabling them to make an unbiased purchase decision. Photography enthusiasts of Mumbai will now have greater accessibility to the entire range of Nikon D-SLR cameras along with Nikon’s COOLPIX range, Nikon 1 series, select array of NIKKOR lenses, Nikon accessories and Nikon Sport Optics range.

At the store inauguration, Ninomiya said, “At Nikon, we take pride in enhancing our services to better meet the varied requirements of our customers. The launch of the new experience zone in Mumbai clearly showcases our vested interest in promoting photography in the region. We will continue to expand our presence in the splendid state of Maharashtra to offer the best of camera technology to all photography enthusiasts.”

Kumar added, “As a company, Nikon invests heavily in strengthening the retail base, especially expanding its presence in Tier 1 cities, thereby ensuring easy availability of our devices. The launch of the experience zone in Mumbai reiterates our efforts to continue to empower our ever-growing markets. We are confident that today’s announcement will boost the demand for both the compact camera as well as D-SLR categories by ensuring direct availability of devices to our esteemed customers in Mumbai.”


Priyanka Chakrabarti

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