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Tata CLiQ to start operations from May 27

19-May-2016
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Tata CLiQ to start operations from May 27

Tata Unistore, a Tata group business venture, has announced that the much awaited e-commerce platform, “Tata CLiQ”, will open to consumers on Friday, 27th May, 2016, across its website, mobile site and mobile apps (Android & iOS).

 At launch, Tata CLiQ will offer consumers a new shopping experience in apparel, electronics and footwear categories. Over the next few months, the plan is to expand the offering by adding many more categories, brands and exciting features.

“Clique and Click came together to form the perfect name for our platform which curates authentic and exclusive products for customers with impeccable taste. A name that says shopping online is now so easy and trustworthy, that all it takes is a click. The ‘Q’ in the logo represents a magnifying glass – a visual representation of the brand’s focus on curating only the best brands and products,” said Ashutosh Pandey, Chief Executive Officer, Tata CLiQ.

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