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Home Centre, the largest home retailer and the preferred home shopping destination, has been ranked as top retailer in the Middle East region for providing consumers with a seamless and convenient shopping experience. The retailer has grabbed this position in an annual ranking by Siegel + Gale’s Global Brand Simplicity Index for the Middle East. Around 1,500 customers from Middle East were covered under the survey.

Commenting on the ranking, Médéric Payne, CEO of Home Centre said, “We are extremely pleased to be featured as the Middle East’s top retailer in this year’s Global Brand Simplicity Index. Customer satisfaction has always been our prime focus and we strive daily to ensure that customers receive the very best, both in terms of products and experiences. We have made concerted efforts to develop multiple factors ranging from store design and layout to our product offerings and integrating digital technology to ensure a streamlined and hassle-free shopping experience.”

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With more than 75 stores across the GCC, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and the Indian subcontinent, Home Centre offers a comprehensive and impressive range of furniture, home furnishings, home accessories, bed & bath and kitchenware.

 

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