Shoppers Stop

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Shoppers S. Stop Limited
Traded as (BSE532638)
Industry Retail
Founded 1991
Headquarters Mumbai, India
Area served
Key people
Chandru Raheja (Chairman)
Govind S. Shrikhande
(CEO & MD)
Products Discount department store, hypermarket, supercenter, superstore
Revenue 19.30 billion (US$300 million)
FY 11-12[1]
Number of employees
Former logo of Shoppers Stop

Shoppers Stop is an Indian retailing company promoted by the K Raheja Corp Group. It began in 1991 with its first store in Andheri, Mumbai.[2] Shoppers Stop Ltd has been awarded "the Hall of Fame" and won "the Emerging Market Retailer of the Year Award", by the World Retail Congress at Barcelona, on April 10, 2008.[3] Shoppers Stop is listed on the [[Bombay Stock Exchange|BSE] and National Stock Exchange- NSE].[4] As of 2013, Shoppers Stop has 73 stores in India.[5]

Shoppers Stop began by operating a chain of department stores under the name “Shoppers’ Stop” in India. Shoppers Stop has 83 stores across 38 cities in India.

Specifically, Shoppers Stop stores retails clothing, accessories, handbags, shoes, jewellery, fragrances, cosmetics, health and beauty products, home furnishing and decor products.

Shoppers Stop launched its e-store with delivery across major cities in India in 2008 and released an app for smartphones in 2016. This completed the first phase of its omni-channel strategy.[6]

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  1. ^ [1] BSE.
  2. ^ "Shoppers Stop plans Rs 1,000 cr turnover by 2004". Financial Express. 2001-05-20. 
  3. ^ "World Retail Awards 2008 Winners". World Retail Congress. 2008-04-10. 
  4. ^ "Corporate Information - Shoppers Stop". Bombay Stock Exchange. scrip: 532638. 
  5. ^ "Shoppers Stop to enter smaller cities". Times of India. 2010-08-11. 
  6. ^ "Shoppers Stop to spend Rs 60 Cr on omni-channel strategy in next three years | ETtech". Retrieved 2016-05-02. 

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