Spotlight Malaysia opens second store
Australian haberdashery retailer, Spotlight, has opened its second store in Malaysia.
The new store is in the IPC Shopping Centre, Mutiara Damansara in Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur.
Spotlight, which has 117 stores located in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, will occupy 2000sqm of retail space, and stocks 70,000 products in six categories: home furnishings and decor, bedding, dress and fashion fabrics, crafts, hobby, and party essentials.
It follows one in Ampang Point, Kuala Lumpur, which opened last July, and stocks more than 150,000 products in six categories, many of which had never been seen in Malaysia before.
Juno Gelfand, GM of Spotlight said the expansion to the IPC mall was part of Spotlight’s philosophy to offer more neighbourhoods the largest possible choice of fashionable and affordable products.
“We know too well the inconvenience of searching far and wide, running from store to store just to find that one beautiful decor piece.
“Here, with all time popular home essentials and seasonal selections of products for every room of the house available under one roof, we are certain that sprucing up the home will be less stressful and hassle free,” he said.
Spotlight is targeting home decorators, dressmakers, hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts as well as party organisers.
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