Motorola To Start 50 Moto Hubs In Mumbai
With the plan to reinforce its retail attendance in the western area, this week Motorola India declared that it will start in Mumbai 50 fresh “Moto Hubs” where users can experience the complete series of Motorola gadgets, comprising the freshly-rolled “Moto X4” and “Moto Z2 Force” handsets.
“We will carry on branching out our retail attendance and improving user experience by making our device collection available and accessible to consumers,” claimed Managing Director at Motorola Mobility India, Sudhin Mathur, to the media in an interview.
The Lenovo-controlled firm has a sturdy user base all over Maharashtra and has clocked an increment of 18% as compared to previous quarter. Motorola India in Kolkata started 25 “Moto Hubs” previous week as it aims for 1/3rd of its trades from its organized stores and further reinforcing its offline retail attendance all over the nation.
To merge its retail attendance, the firm had declared in Delhi the opening of 50 Moto Hubs in January. The firm has already joined hands in 43 cities with Poorvika Mobiles in Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka along with Lot Mobile and Big C shops all over 55 cities in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh to offer retail access to users.
“The joint venture plans to provide a delightful user experience in as many as 325 shops (140 Lot Mobiles and 185 Big C stores) in 55 towns of the 2 provinces where they can experience and access the complete collection of Motorola handsets in a retail form,” claimed the firm to the media in an interview. The “Moto Hubs” provide accessories such as in-ear and on-ear headsets, phone covers, and Moto shells.
“With the roll out of first Moto Center in the city in joint venture with BigC, we plan to offer access to experience for premium product of Motorola to the users of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh,” Mathur added in his statement.