Ezdan Holding Group has announced the opening of Grand Hypermarket at Ezdan Mall Al Wukair.
The opening of the hypermarket follows the signing of an agreement between Ezdan and Regency Group.
The inauguration was attended by Group COO Dr Mousa al-Awwad, Regency Group representatives and Malik Awan, general manager of Ezdan Mall, the subsidiary that manages Ezdan Holding Group’s malls and shopping centres. Al-Awwad said: “Ezdan Holding Group spares no effort in finding the right channels that would contribute to the promotion and growth of the Qatari economy. The group’s direction towards investment diversification is guided by Qatar’s 2030 vision of comprehensive development, which considers diversity the cornerstone of a strong and successful economy. The group’s efforts are focused on promoting important and dynamic sectors that would strengthen economic activity in the state.”
He said the mall is the first-of-its-kind and a vital addition to the vibrant and increasingly populous regions of Al Wakrah and Al Wukair, Mesaieed and Barwa.
“It will be an important outlet to serve the 25 Ezdan Villages that host over 70,000 people. The mall will provide a large number of diverse shops across two floors, offering different services and high-quality goods from global brands, in addition to entertainment facilities, especially during national holidays to highlight the authenticity of the rich Qatari culture.”
The new Grand Hypermarket branch provides fresh produce, food products, healthcare and beauty goods, and home improvement supplies.
The hypermarket houses major brands of consumer products, clothing, accessories, bags, shoes, leather goods and luggage, furniture, electrical and electronic appliances, household appliances and sport products.
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