The Hindu MetroPlus Lifestyle Show 2011 is back in a bigger, better avatar

The Hindu MetroPlus Lifestyle Show is back in the city, offering buyers a plethora of attractive shopping options. The 2011 edition promises to bring a mind boggling variety of products across categories to customers in Hyderabad. The Hindu MetroPlus Lifestyle Show has grown in strength since it started in Chennai to become south India's largest consumer fair in 2011.

When the show unfolds at HITEX Centre on August 11, shoppers will be treated to an exhibition of the latest technologies, products and exclusive international brands in the home and lifestyle categories, for five whole days till it closes on August 15 - enough time to shop in leisure and return for more irresistible stuff.

For those looking to set up or refurbish their homes, the show has an array of interesting products in electronics, home appliances, furniture and interiors, luxurious home needs, arts and handicrafts, computer and IT Products, automobiles and accessories, bathroom fittings and kitchen accessories.

Those interested in upgrading their lifestyle can check out brands in beauty and health, fashion and textiles, jewellery, furnishing, resorts, gardens and landscaping. Real estate, Insurance and Banking sector companies are also displaying their products. All these products are from a host of big and mid-sized brands from across the country.

Clearly there is abundant variety to choose from. With over 300 Stalls spread over 1 lakh sq ft area, the show offers a heady mix of shopping, yummy food, entertainment, and celebrities.

It's a win-win event for both customers and retailers; even as it provides customers a shopping extravaganza, it also provides traders and manufacturers a platform to share their business goals. It promotes trade affiliation with retailers and manufacturers, as well as provides a vehicle to launch new products. Since previous Hindu MetroPlus Lifestyle shows have witnessed up to 80,000 visitors per year per city, the 2011 edition in Hyderabad provides excellent brand equity for retailers and manufacturers.

The Hindu MetroPlus partners with TMC Electronics to present the shopping extravaganza . Yamaha, Centuary Fibre Pvt Ltd, Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals are the associate sponsors for the event. Bisleri is the beverage partner and TV5 and Radio Red 93.5 Fm are the media partners. I Ads and events are the event managers who ensure that the entire event goes off smoothly and proves beneficial to all. Entry to the fair is priced at Rs. 40 and parking is free.


MetroplusJune 28, 2012