The company started in 1993 with a single showroom at Thrissur, Kerala, and now has 107 stores across 21 states and Union Territories in India. It also has 30 showrooms located in West Asia. The stores are operated and managed by the company.
In FY20, revenue from operations of Kalyan Jewellers
stood at Rs 10,100 crore, of which 78.19 per cent was from India, and 21.8 per cent was from West Asia. Its closest rival is Titan’s Tanishq.
Tanishq jewellery brand has the highest store presence, with 250-plus stores in India and abroad. Another listed firm PC Jewellers has about 84 stores.
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