Brief on Home Centre Stores - Kuwait
Since 1995 Home Centre has been in the business of making homes beautiful. What started with a single store in Sharjah, UAE, is today the region’s preferred home shopping destination committed to constantly delivering outstanding value, continuous innovation and exceptional customer experience.
A leading home retailer in the Middle East, North Africa and the Indian subcontinent, Home Centre offers an extensive and impressive range of furniture, home furnishings, home accessories, bed & bath and kitchenware. Home Centre’s in-house team of stylists and buyers draw inspiration from global trends to bring stylish and affordable furniture and home furnishing to a wide spectrum of homes from traditional to modern.
In 2010, Home Centre unveiled a reinvented brand identity to commemorate 15 years of retail experience. The Home Centre store in Mirdif City Centre, Dubai was the first to inaugurate the new customer-friendly format, with a more contemporary ambience. Despite undergoing a major overhaul to its brand identity, Home Centre remains committed to providing exceptional value to its customers.
With a wide network of close to 90 stores across the Middle East and India, Home Centre occupies 4 million sq. ft. of retail space. In 2015-16 the business is foraying into newer markets and expanding in North Africa and CIS countries.
Home Centre has consistently ranked among the top 50 brands in the Middle East Global Brand Simplicity Index. Home Centre has also been conferred the Superbrand status for three years in a row in the UAE (2010-12), Kuwait (2010) and in Jordan (2012) as well. Home Centre India won the Global Innovation Awards for 2014-2015 and has also been awarded the IMAGES Most Admired Retailer of the Year: for the Home & Office Improvement category at the 11th Images Retail Awards in 2014.
Home Centre is part of the Landmark Group of companies, an international, diversified retail conglomerate that encourages entrepreneurship to consistently deliver exceptional value since 1973.