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Amazon to Open New Kiosks in Indian Malls

Amazon to Open New Kiosks in Indian Malls

Amazon has made an announcement that it will introduce over 100 Kiosks in malls across India. The move by the e-commerce giant will help them to expand its presence to offline mediums.

The kiosks will be established to sell devices such as the Echo speaker, Kindle e-book reader, fire TV dongle, and many more. The kiosks will be ready by the end of this year.

According to reports, Amazon is looking for space ranging between 70-80sft for the kiosks. The kiosks will be operated by third-party franchisees.

According to an Amazon spokesperson, the company does not speculate on future planning, but always tries to provide the best experience to the customers.

Once the kiosks are launched, the customers will get the first-hand experience of the above-citied devices. The customers can visit the kiosks and experience a demo of the Fire TV, Kindle, Echo family of devices, and many other devices. The store staffs will take care of the customer’s queries and problems; even after purchase, the customers will be assisted by the staffs.

This move by Amazon is not a debut time for kiosks, as the company has launched kiosks in the garden city, Bangalore and Mumbai; tow in Bangalore and one in Mumbai and Ahmedabad.  The first kiosk was launched in the NCR region.

However, the push for these kiosks comes with the company’s operation in the US where in February this year, the company talked about shutting down 80 popup stores in US malls after successfully completing trials with the concept.

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