For the third year in a row Centrepoint, Landmark Group’s large format retail concept, has been ranked among the top retailers in Saudi Arabia – alongside the likes of IKEA and Carrefour, states the YouGov BrandIndex Study 2017.
Centrepoint was ranked third in this year’s study, compiled using the Buzz Score (net sentiment generated across all media including advertising, news, word of mouth) from YouGov’s flagship brand tracker – BrandIndex.
“We are extremely pleased to once again be recognised as one of the leading retailers in Saudi Arabia by YouGov’s BrandIndex study. This accolade is particularly gratifying as it comes from public opinion, and at Centrepoint, we always strive to put the customer at the centre of everything we do. This recognition is further testament to our firm commitment to provide our customers with the highest standards of quality and service,” says Simon Cooper, head of Centrepoint.
Centrepoint has 86 stores in Saudi Arabia. As part of its efforts to provide greater convenience to customers in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, the brand has recently launched its e-commerce platform www.centrepointstores.com. With the launch of its online store, customers can now view the full range of products and shop from the comforts of their own home while receiving the benefits of shopping online including exclusive offers, one click shopping, earn and redeem Shukran points, among others.
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