Interview with Farah Malik Bhanji on leading Metro Shoes into the new era of modern retailing

Farah Malik Bhanji of Metro Shoes IndiaFarah Malik Bhanji, Managing Director and CEO, Metro Shoes Ltd, graduated from the University of Texas, Austin with high honours in Finance and Mathematics. Farah Bhanji is a third-generation entrepreneur with footwear retailing in her genes. With more than a decade of footwear experience, Farah Malik Bhanji is an indispensible part of Metro Shoes Limited. With her strong business acumen, attention to detail and flair for fashion, Farah Malik Bhanji has led Metro Shoes into the new era of modern retailing. She has been active in functions of Marketing, Product Development, New Concept Development and Information Technology.

Metro Shoes has a countrywide network of exclusive Metro showrooms at more than 160 prime locations across 80 plus cities in India designed to bring customers, an extensive collection of footwear and accessories. In the year of liberation, 1947, a lone shoe store opened its doors to the public in Colaba, Mumbai. What began as a single outlet in Mumbai has today grown into a nationwide chain of exclusive fashion footwear and accessories stores for the entire family. The brand, is now a household name in India. Over the past six decades, the company and the brand have become synonymous with unmatched quality, skilled craftsmanship and high-fashion products in the footwear industry.

Read interview at the source: indiainfoline.com/article/editorial-interviews

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