Sennheiser Electronics today announced the launch of their first exclusive Sennheiser store in the country in Kolkata, West Bengal. The store was inaugurated in the presence Mr Samidh Mukherjee, renowned Music Director, Song Writer & Vocalist from the Bengal music industry.
The store has been opened at KolKata’s First Luxury Mall and will be the only single-brand headphones retail outlet in India. The store will be open from 10:00 AM to 9: 00 PM and will highlight recently launched premium Sennheiser products like HD 800 and Sennheiser Momentum lifestyle range. Sennheiser has not announced any introductory offer or discounts from its new retail store so far.
Talking at the announcement, Gunjan Srivastava, Managing Director of Sennheiser Electronics India said, “Headphones are no more considered just an accessory but rather an integral part of the music listening experience with the increased consumption of music on smartphones. Today marks a significant moment for all of us at Sennheiser India. We have seen the headphone market in India growing manifold since the inception of Sennheiser India in 2007. We are happy to open the inaugural exclusive store in the region.” He futher added, “The Sennheiser culture has always been rooted in innovation and exploring what may be possible in the future. Our latest exclusive store is another step taken to continue our efforts to educate customers on our culture and belief in innovation and producing high quality sound.”
Mr Samidh Mukherjee expressed his happiness on the association, “Sennheiser is synonymous with music industry worldwide and I am extremely honored to be part of the first store in India. Kolkata is known as the musical epicenter of the country and this initiative will offer the people of this city a complete high end audio experience from a global brand like Sennheiser. As part of the music industry in Kolkata, I feel the entry of global audio giants like Sennheiser is a great step in a positive direction for consumers and further development of the music industry in Bengal and in India.”