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Welspun Retail Ltd

Welspun Retail Ltd
public company
Industry Retailing
Founded 2006, Mumbai
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Key people
Dipali Goenka, Director[1]
Products Terrycloth & Home furnishings[2]
Parent Welspun Group
Subsidiaries Welspun USA Inc, Christy UK Ltd. & Sorema of Portugal[3]
Website Official Website

Welspun Retail Ltd is an Indian household goods retailer[4][5] based in Mumbai, Maharashtra.[6] It is a part of the 76865.5 million (US$1.2 billion) Welspun Group.[4]

It was incorporated in 2006 to promote Welspun products. It retails its products through its two brands: Welhome and Home Décor. It main products includes home furnishing such as bed, bath, kitchen, dining and living items. It has more than 200 stores and 60 Spaces stores across 120 cities with plans to open another 900 stores with over a million sq.ft. of retail space in India in over 235 cities and towns.[7]


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External links

  • Welspun Retail to invest Rs 150 cr on expansion
  • Welspun Retail to invest Rs 150 crore on store expansion
  • Welspun looking at retail spin-off, float
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