Hubmart Stores Establishes Footprint in Nigeria with Launch of 4th Outlet

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Hubmart Stores Limited, a fully Nigerian owned retail shopping chain has announced the launch of its new store, located at Omole Phase 1, Lagos Nigeria. Following an official opening ceremony which held on Friday 26th July 2019, the launch of the Omole store is poised to encourage access, convenience and value for the everyday consumer.

Hubmart Stores Establishes Footprint in Nigeria with Launch of 4th Outlet
L-R; George Ukwundu, Head of Operations, Hubmart Stores, Timilehin Adeyokunnu, Marketing Manager Hubmart Stores, Anthony Atuche, Chief Executive Officer, Hubmart Stores, Sinan Soysal Chief Operating Officer, Hubmart Stores, Uju Oduah, Head of Human Resources and Eze Oseji, Head of B2B Operations at the recent opening of Hubmart Stores Omole, Lagos. www.brandspurng.com

Launched in 2015 and known for providing international standard products and high-quality fresh food categories, Hubmart stores now operates in four different locations in Nigeria, redefining the era of retail consumer experiences.

The Omole store sits on a 1,250 square metre space and boasts of modern facilities to provide an overall fulfilling shopping experience. The retail chain offers varying grocery and non-grocery categories, household and sub-brands including – HubDeli, its fast-food eatery and bakery and HubCare which caters to its beauty and health segments. The brand is also known for its provision of ultra-fresh food produce and butchery across all its outlets in Nigeria.

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“The customer is at the centre of what we do and we want to ensure that we are able to provide satisfaction across all our product offerings,” says Anthony Atuche, Chief Executive Officer, Hubmart Stores, during the opening ceremony. “The launch of the Omole store is part of our expansion plan, to ensure that more consumers are able to access our products and the uniqueness of our customer service. With an ever-evolving consumer lifestyle and buying behaviour, good quality and value for money is a priority for us, which is what we have succeeded in offering consumers over the last couple of years.

Since we began operations in Nigeria, we have also continued to invest heavily in providing employment with over 500 Nigerian staff members. By expanding our operations, this also gives us the opportunity to employ more people and ensure active human capital development to provide consistent customer service for all our consumers. Our goal is to continue to deliver an utmost shopping experience because we are happy to help always” he added.

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The brand prides itself in the revolutionalising of the retail industry in Nigeria, with a long term goal to remain a one-stop centre for all shopping needs. For consumers who require a full suite of products ranging from grocery to fresh produce, Hubmart stores provide direct convenience for the busy working class, entrepreneurs or stay at home customers.

Hubmart Stores is currently present in Victoria Island, Ikeja GRA, Lekki and the newly launched Omole Phase one outlet.

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