Shenoy Jewellery from India, a participant of the Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition, has been making remarkable strides in the Gulf region’s jewel business for more than 12 years now.
“We have a loyal clientele in Qatar ever since we started our businesses here more than 10 years ago. Now, we have outlets in five different locations in Qatar and our jewellery is well received in the local market,” said Sanjay Shenoy, managing director.
It was Sanjay’s father Govinda Shenoy who set up the company in 1995. Sanjay said the local patronage to their jewellery has been really encouraging and new customers are added to the list of their regulars as people have remarkably good faith in the company’s products.
The young man credits his father’s hard work and decades of business experience for the success of Shenoy Jewellery.
In Qatar, Shenoy Jewellery has outlets at every location where Pari Gallery has a presence.
Over the years, the jeweller has attended numerous international exhibitions showcasing unique designs and handcrafted pieces.
The company designs its own jewellery and it gives them a competitive edge. Shenoy focuses mainly on customised jewellery which its promoters say, has helped them develop good relations with their customers. “In Qatar, we are proud to be associated with Pari Gallery, which provides exceptionally good support to our business.
Our partnership with Pari Gallery is expected to take a promising lead in the local jewellery retail and luxury industry and we are hopeful that the trust and confidence of our loyal patrons would stand us in good stead in coming years,” added Sanjay.
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