Nakumatt eyeing East Africa's hospitality sector
The-Star.co.ke - Oct 18th 2013, 08:47
Nakumatt is targeting new sales within the hospitality industry by offering select label products like furnishings, decorative accessories, bath towels, bed and table linen. according to the supermarket chain's business development manager Neel Shah.
“We ventured into providing the Nakumatt select home care range of products to suite the consumer who is looking to catch up with the global interior decorating trends using luxury items,” he said.
According to Nakumatt, products will be sourced from various parts of the globe in order to ensure quality standards because the hospitality industry is dynamic, with hospitality corporates regularly looking to improve their interior décor by focusing on product quality and diversity.
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