Business News from Sri Lanka: The popular one-stop, general hardware and homeware supermarket in Sri Lanka,’ HOMEMART’ has recently expanded to the IT hub in Colombo, Orion City. Powered by St. Anthony’s Hardware (Pvt) Ltd.,’ HOMEMART,’ the novel general hardware supermarket and homeware retailers have gained immense popularity since they first opened their doors in Nawala in 2017, displaying the largest selection of the most trusted brands in the nation at the most competitive prices.
The new’ HOMEMART mini’ convenience store in Orion City will accommodate more than 10,000 staff working in the complex. The product and service offerings were tailored to the needs of Orion City’s occupants; with a wide variety of stationery and electronics for any business needs.
This is in relation to the comprehensive range of everyday homeware products offered by HOMEMART from dining, kitchen, and cookware, linen and bedding, plumbing and bath ware, cleaning equipment, gardening, general electrical, tiny equipment, easy instruments and hardware.
HOMEMART mini will also give its customers of Orion City the choice to buy and pick up offers at its bigger supermarkets for hardware and homeware. The new convenience store seeks to react rapidly to feedback by stocking more products in the future, adding additional variety and value to its clients.
“Orion City is a vibrant professional community with discerning tastes and limited free time to conduct errands. So we hope to create home improvement comfortable by placing ourselves in the place where they spend most of their time and curating our choice to meet the requirements of our customers.
Our mantra is “work in progress,” as we are committed to continuous improvement; whether it is to expand our variety, offer supplementary services, or develop the understanding of our team to provide our clients with the finest service.
Our products and services are constantly evolving as our knowledge of the daily requirements of clients evolves, “said Praveen Gnanam, Executive Director of St. Anthony’s Hardware.
The under-one-roof concept of’ HOMEMART’ sought to fill the market gap whereby customers had previously been inconvenienced by the task of going from shop to shop in hardware-specific bazaars and districts to find specific items, without the option of comparing brand and application offerings.
With an e-commerce platform also in the pipeline, the firm seeks to enhance and expand the retail store idea in other suburban regions in Colombo.
HOMEMART’s loyalty point scheme is an ideal reward program for masons and offers a new opportunity for traders to experience the product before buying it.
Commenting at the store’s opening, St. Anthony’s Hardware Chairman, S.R. Gnanam said, “Our group has evolved the easy notion of hardware to what it is today from humble beginnings.
We started manufacturing products with a focus on development and together with a powerful network of distributors we have been able to grow the company over the years and are consolidating our offerings.