A new type of jewellery shop is emerging in India, with a new wave of Indian customers buying jewelry with their Indian bank accounts.
The jewellery shops are now emerging across the country, including Mumbai and Ahmedabad, and offer a range of products and services.
But the shop owners are keen to make the process as simple as possible.
“A customer can use a bank card or a credit card to pay for a jewellery item.
They can use any card to make payments and get a cash receipt,” said N.D. Sharma, co-founder of Jewelry Marts in Ahmedabad.
The new trend is taking hold in malls, shopping malls, and even fast food joints.
“People buy jewelry from banks, which has been growing rapidly,” said D. Rajesh, managing director of JSW Jewelers in Mumbai.
“In fact, we are currently offering a range to the public.”
The idea behind the new trend seems to be to make buying a jewellers jewelry more convenient, and make the buying process as painless as possible for the customer.
But Sharma says that it will take time for the shops to make up for the lost revenue.
“We have seen a significant decrease in the number of orders and a significant increase in sales during our first year,” Sharma said.
“But as we expand to new areas, the number and number of sales will only go up.”