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Tag: Pacific

PVR launches PVR Sapphire at Pacific’s Dwarka mall

India’s leading cinema chain PVR Cinemas has announced the launch of its premium cinema viewing experience ‘PVR Sapphire’ at Pacific Group’s D21 Mall located at Dwarka, New Delhi. The new cinema theatre at the Dwarka mall would have 6 screens out of which 4 screens would be under the premium category and 2 would be …

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Pacific India: Developing next-gen transit retail destinations

The world of transit retail is thriving. Just like airports, metro stations are becoming new transit retail destinations. As roadways begin to get clogged due to congestion of vehicular traffic, mostly cars, a larger section of middle-income families is shifting to public transportation which is not only  more comfortable but also help save on time …

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Abhishek Bansal, Executive Director, Pacific India

After an enriching stint in the construction industry, Abhishek Bansal, the Executive Director of Pacific India, and one of the brains behind the group’s construction arm, is today successfully supervising all the endeavors of the Pacific Group. He plays an active role in the strategic planning and direction for the existing and proposed ventures of …

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Salim Roopani, Senior VP – Operations, Pacific Mall

Salim Roopani is currently Senior VP – Operations at Pacific Mall, Tagore Garden, one of the premium shopping, entertainment and leisure destinations in India today. He has over 15 years of varied experience in the hotel, retail and real estate industry, with a focus on retail infrastructure. Roopani is heading Pacific Mall since April 2016. His in-depth …

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Burberry and Cathay Pacific profits dented by Hong Kong protests | Business

Two companies with substantial interests in Hong Kong have announced figures that underline the damage being inflicted on the economy by the continuing anti-government protests. Burberry said its sales were down more than 10% and it had slashed £14m off the value of its 12 stores in the territory. Separately, the airline Cathay Pacific said …

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