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GKB Opticals

GKB Opticals
Industry Retailing
Founded India
Headquarters Kolkata
Area served India
Products Retail Stores
Parent GKB Group
Website Gkboptical.com

GKB Opticals, is a large Indian retailer of optical products (sunglasses, eyeglasses, contact lenses & accessories), and operates multiple retail stores in India.[1] Headquartered in Kolkata, the company has over 60 stores across India[2] and employs over 600 people. Started in 1959, the company set up its first retail outlet in Gariahat - Kolkata, which is one of the flagship stores of the company. GKB Opticals has grown[3][4] to a large retail chain of outlets,[5] with lifestyle optical products.

Product Lines

.The company retails a large number of high quality optical products

References

  1. ^ "GKB Rx Lens Pvt. Ltd.". Economic Times. 17 December 2002. 
  2. ^ "VIEW OTHER COMPANY BRIEFS Style hits Mumbai with GKB's trendy eyewear". Agency FAQs. 
  3. ^ "GKB mulls IPO". Financial Express. 
  4. ^ "GKB Opticals to expand retail business". Business Standard. 
  5. ^ "GKB Opticals plans to expand retail outlets". The Hindu Business Line. 
  6. ^ "Rodenstock in pact with GKB to make lens". Business Line, The Hindu. 
  7. ^ "GKB to distribute Rodenstock optical lens". The Telegraph (India). 

External links

  • http://www.gkboptical.com - Buy Sunglasses, Eyeglasses, Contact Lenses online in India
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