Tynimo emerges as go-to brand for fashionistas in India
Tynimo was conceived by Vaibhav Jain, who was inspired by his travels through Southeast Asia
New Delhi : Tynimo, an Indian daily lifestyle retail brand, made its debut on the fashion and lifestyle scene in 2019, promising to provide customers with a novel and exciting shopping experience by stocking only the most innovative and current items. Tynimo was conceived by Vaibhav Jain, who was inspired by his travels through Southeast Asia for both professional and personal reasons. He was so impressed with the rapid fashion retail that he wanted to bring the concept to India. Tynimo, always one step ahead of the curve, has become the go-to place for trend-setters looking for innovative products that will set them apart from the pack.
Tynimo has been making waves recently due to its ambitious aspirations to increase its retail presence across the country. Further locations were opened at the airports in Bhopal and Varanasi last year, selling the company’s extensive selection of lifestyle goods spanning 15 categories, including bags and wallets, toys, home decor, and Indian handicrafts. This is part of Tynimo’s strategy to give customers easier access to its products and a better overall purchasing experience.
A Tynimo store debuted at the Vijayawada International Airport in February, getting the company off to a roaring start for the year. As 2019 progresses, Tynimo is committed to its growth strategy and is getting ready to launch in a number of India’s largest airports. The next stop for the brand was the soon-to-open Bir Tikendrajit International Airport in Imphal (March 2023). The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad will be the site of the new store opening in June 2023. Tynimo wants to continue its expansion in the coming quarter by launching new outlets in Delhi, Kolkata, Indore, Jammu, and other major airports, with a particular emphasis on key tier 1 and tier 2 cities. Customers can expect a consistent shopping experience no matter where they are in the country thanks to the company’s dedication to expansion and innovation. Bangalore, Mumbai, and Chennai, three thriving metropolises, are also major sources of online sales.
Tynimo’s founder, Vaibhav Jain, had this to say about the company’s growth plans: “During the past several years, Tynimo has made great achievements in the development of a strong selection of sustainable products. The company may expand its consumer base in India by capitalising on the growing interest in Southeast Asian culture. Tynimo is well on its way to accomplishing this goal with a strategic approach that centres on adding 50 to 80 new locations over the next three years. As a matter of fact, the company has increased its revenue by more than 40% year-over-year, with high operational profitability and a promising EBITDA forecast for the current year to boot. Sustainable and innovative practises are at the core of the company, guaranteeing that consumers will always have access to high-quality goods that are also on-trend. Tynimo is poised to become a dominant force in the Indian retail business thanks to its dedication to improving the consumer purchasing experience.
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