Jewellery brand Atasay launched eight new retail stores in the UAE. The new stores are located at Sahara Centre and Mega Mall in Sharjah; Al Wahda Mall and Dalma Mall in Abu Dhabi; Al Ain Mall and Al Jimi Mall in Al Ain; Dubai Festival City and the Arabian Centre in Dubai.
The stores showcase extraordinary skills of the Atasay craftsmen, while ensuring customers are relaxed and comfortable. Each store has a long hospitality bar, digital mirror screen in front of the style wall, high volume displays and a serene consultation lounge for making decisions with experts on hand to guide and advise.
In addition to the eight new stores, a further five are planned to open in Fujairah, Ras Al Khaima and Sharjah in September, bringing the total number of retail stores in the UAE to 15 by end of 2018.
“There is no ordinary day with Atasay. It inspires and encourages everyone, old, young, male or female to express their feelings and style every single day. Everybody has the right to wear whatever they feel like and crown their style with a piece of Atasay jewellery. We encourage our customers to become a new person, the person they have always dreamed of being. The only thing they need is imagination, the rest is up to us and we are committed to creating the most exquisite jewellery that celebrates and enhances the natural beauty of each and every individual,” says the brand’s present CEO, Atasay Kamer.
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