Srinagar – Amway India Enterprises Pvt. Ltd, Monday opened its new office in Srinagar in order to increase its sales in the valley. Amway has recorded a growth of 26 per cent in the state of Jammu and Kashmir for the fiscal year 2011 with the sale of Rs 14.5 Crore.
On average monthly sales of the company from Kashmir province varies from Rs 45 to 50 Lakhs. Company is aiming to expand its business to double the sales in the coming times.
Earlier in the day, VP North of Amway India Enterprises, Buvan Kapur inaugurated the 2230 sq feet office at Town Square, Gogji Bagh. Office includes a 50- seating training facility where Amway distributors will be trained on quality front.
The double digit growth for the last four years is buoyed by the launch of world class superior products in the lead of categories of health and beauty. Our advertising and e-commerce initiatives have also led to the enhanced visibility of Amway brand and in contributing to a health growth, Kapur told reporters.
During power point presentation, he said that Nutrilite is the most trusted brand of vitamin, mineral, dietary supplements, grown harvested, and processed on its own certified organic farms.Another product that has crossed 100 crore mark is the Glister toothpaste added Kapur.
As a global and responsible organization, we continue to make every possible effort to augment the quality and environmental sustainability of our Products. We had an unmatched legacy of developing high performing products that are safe for use to people, said Kapur.
As part of Corporate Social Responsibility, Amway is in talks with Red Cross and are planning to donate ambulances in kashmir, said VP.
Amway has two offices in J & K Jammu & Srinagar along with a city warehouse at Jammu. Amway reaches out to 13 towns and 32 pin codes in the state through its home-delivery network. Taxes paid by Amway to the state exchequer exceed Rs. 1.46 crores for the year 2011.
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