Canon India has moved on expanding its retail outreach with the inauguration of its 254th Canon Image Square in the country. Located at Pankaj Premises Co-operative Society, Ambedkar Road, Khar (West), Mumbai, the 254th Canon Image Square has been launched by Eddie Udagawa, Vice President of Consumer Imaging and Information Centre, Canon India.
Canon Image Square (CIS) are experiential stores where customers can have complete hands on experience of the products before they buy a product. These stores provide comprehensive range of photography and home printing solutions along with a range of inkjet printers, laser printers and cartridges. These stores also provide complete range of cameras, right from professional to entry level DSLR’s and attractive Mirror-less cameras and compact cameras in PowerShot and IXUS range. Photography accessories such as tripods, camera bags, memory card, and chargers are also available at these stores.
Canon India had introduced the Gen-Z version of these retail stores– Canon Image Square 3.0, earlier this year in India. The retail model marks a significant milestone in Canon’s India journey, and its transition from an experiential model to an ‘experiential imaging destination’.
Eddie Udagawa, Vice President, Consumer Imaging & Information Centre, Canon India said, “Further expanding our regional outreach in the country, we are delighted to announce the launch of our Gen Z version of Canon Image Square store in Mumbai. With Mumbai being a hub for photography and film enthusiasts, we aim to further nurture the imaging culture prevalent in the city. Our CIS stores are experiential imaging destinations dedicated to provide an engaging, interactive and informative experience; a testament to our commitment to bring forth innovation and customer delight.”
“With the launch today, we now have 14 CIS stores in Mumbai and 31 stores in Maharashtra. Having established our presence with 254 stores currently in 122 cities, our endeavor is to further amplify our retail footprint across the country”, added Udagawa.