ShopClues’ furniture sales witness growth by three-fold in three months

New Delhi : India’s first and largest managed marketplace ShopClues has been witnessing phenomenal traction for its furniture sub-category which was launched in January this year under Home and Kitchen.

The number of visits that the furniture store registers stands at a whopping five lakh per month, a testimony to how ShopClues has tapped this high-growth space with the perfect blend of quality and value-for-money products.

The best brands in the category such as Nilkamal, FORZZA, Tezerac, Home Sparkle, Housefull and Furniture Kraft are available on ShopClues further adding to the exceptionally positive response it receives.

From sofa sets, beds, dining tables, bean bags to storage solutions like cupboards and quirky book racks, the ShopClues furniture store has it all.

It even has a comprehensive product assortment for office spaces and for home outdoors and gardens. The competitive pricing and irresistible offers that are a hallmark of the ShopClues brand are also amongst the most attractive features of the furniture sub-category.

“Since the launch of our furniture sub-category, we have been recording a great customer response. Sales have amplified by 200 percent, which is a direct result of the choice, quality and affordability that we are offering consumers. The success of the store adds to our overarching vision of being the one-stop online shop for a full spectrum of consumer needs,” said Director-Categories ShopClues, Shyam Praveen.

ShopClues’ furniture sub-category has a wide product selection to choose from with the total SKUs adding up to 30 to 40 thousand. The most popular and frequently-ordered products are bean bags, shoe racks, wall shelves, office furniture, cane furniture. Kids’ furniture has demonstrated the highest growth trend.

High gross merchandise volume categories include beds and sofa sets, amongst other products. With the onset of the monsoon, the sales for plastic furniture are expected to accelerate further. (ANI)