Elante expects rise in footfall during Diwali

Elante expects rise in footfall during Diwali

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Chandigarh, November 6

Having witnessed an increase in the footfall during the Navaratri season, Elante Mall is expecting that the footfall will further increase during Diwali.

Amid the pandemic, the mall is yet to witness the same footfall as it used to witness last year. However, it claims that it is improving day by day.

“With the increase in pent-up demand and ticket size, we are expecting to clock 50 per cent of footfall that we did during Diwali last year. We are expecting fashion, electronics, F&B and gifting categories to do well,” said Nishank Joshi, Chief Marketing Office, Nexus Malls.

“Using the ‘customer-first’ approach this year, we will focus on instant gratification and décor, which will help set the festive context,” he said. — TNS

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