India’s furniture brands have been in a long-term slump over the last few years and with the current financial crisis, it is no longer affordable to keep a lot of furniture and decor items in stock.
A lot of the furniture companies in India, including Ikea, H&M, Louis Vuitton and others, have been struggling to keep up with the demand for their products.
But as prices are rising, the brand brands are seeing a resurgence.
With so many brands having lost their appeal over the past few years, they are now looking to revive their brands.
Schuler, for example, recently bought the cabinetry business of the same name, with the goal of bringing back its reputation.
In its latest marketing strategy, Schuler also announced that it will offer its furniture in the home with the help of furniture manufacturers.
According to the company, it will now focus on “high-quality, affordable furniture” that is “in line with the tastes of Indian consumers”.
Ikea also announced its intention to bring back its brand, which had lost its market share to rivals like H&R Block, J. Crew, and even Ikea.
The company also plans to offer furniture online through its website, which will also allow its customers to order furniture directly from the brand.
Louis Vuitton is planning to revive its reputation with the sale of its iconic and iconic brand, LVMH, in India.
It is also bringing back the furniture line in the form of furniture, a move that will help boost sales.
IKEA has also made an attempt to revive the brand with its brand redesign and refurbishment, but this too failed to attract any significant customer.
Kodak has been investing in its own furniture brands to boost its brand in the past.
“IKEAC furniture and accessories are going to continue to be the brand of choice for many years to come.
We look forward to seeing our customers using their IKEAC products,” Kodak said in a statement.
Menswear retailer Lululemon has also decided to revive itself with its line of clothing and accessories.
Earlier this year, it introduced the first ever line of men’s fashion accessories and men’s clothing.
However, it has been struggling in the Indian market since the mid-90s and was one of the few companies to drop its brand for good in the years 2000 to 2003.
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