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  •  Pantaloon retail is a initiative of FUTURE GROUP. Pantaloons retail inspires trust through innovative ideas, offers for customers, quality products all at affordable price that can help customers to achieve a better quality of products. It facilitate services to customers in 93 cities and 60 rural locations across the country. Around 300 million customers enjoy its services supplied by over 30,000 small, medium and large entrepreneurs.
  •  It was originally incorporated as Manz wear private limited on october 12, 1987. The company name changed from Manz wear private limited to PANTALOON fashion(India) limited on 20 September, 1991. Further to PANTALOONS retail(India) limited on July 7 , 1999 Its head quarter is in Mumbai, (Bombay)
  •  Agile  Biba Umm  109 f Bare denim  Remanika  Spykar Bare 7 to 14  Lilliput Chalk  Lee cooper Rig  Indus league Mix n match All Honey NON-PANTALOONSPANTALOONS BRANDS BRANDS View slide
  •  Its group of brands offers a large variety in fashion. „Collection i and Furniture bazaar‟ brands of pantaloon offer home furnishing products. „Electronics bazaar‟ offers branded electronic goods and appliances. „E-zone‟ provides trendiest electronics items. View slide
  •  As it is a initiative of FUTURE GROUP, the group strives to reduce the environmental impact. Optimize energy consumption in its stores. Strengthen green considerations in its logistics operations. It promote eco-friendly products. Raise awareness on environmental issues.
  •  Reducing the environmental impact of store construction and operations Improving energy efficiency for important environmental benefits and reducing operating costs. Developing green product lines that respect environmental concerns Reinforcing environmental considerations in logistics
  •  The westside stores have numerous departments to meet the varied shopping needs of customers. These include menswear, women‟s wear, kid‟s wear, footwear, cosmetics, perfumes and handbags, household accessories, lingerie, and gifts. The company has already established 49 Westside departmental stores (measuring 15,000 - 30,000 square feet each The company hopes to expand rapidly with similar format stores that offer a fine balance between style and price retailing.
  •  Established in 1998 as part of the Tata Group, Trend Ltd. Operations Westside, one of india‟s largest and fastest growing chains of retails stores. In 1998 Tata sold of their 50% stake in the cosmetic products company Lakmé to HLL for Rs 200 Crore (approx. 45 million US$), and created Trent from the money it made through the sale. Simone Tata, the chairperson of Lakmé, went on to head Trent.
  •  BIG BAZAAR- Trent ventured into the hypermarket business in 2004 with Star Bazaar, providing an ample assortment of products made available at the lowest prices, aptly exemplifying its „Helping you spend less‟ motto. LANDMARK- In addition, Trent acquired a 76% stake in Landmark, one of the largest books & music retail chains in the country. Landmark began operations in 1987 with its first store in Chennai with a floor space of 5500 sq. ft.
  •  Believe that these young people shall be the backbone of the nation in the coming years. It is therefore our intention to focus on socially underprivileged children in order to provide them with a chance to have a better life tomorrow. They dedicate resources commensurate with their business requirements to community activities that work towards improving the future of socially underprivileged children.
  •  Light a Diya, Help a Child – Diyas was lightened at Westside stores during the Diwali Promotion. Funds collected was donated to NGOs to help bringing smiles to the faces of underprivileged children. Angels Tree – Taking “Silver Star” or a “Gold Star” during Christmas Promotion, and decorate the Angels Tree. The money collected was donated to various NGOs across the country working with underprivileged children.