January 23, 2024
Expo Bazaar opens US showroom
Expo Bazaar, a cross-border B2B platform, forayed into the U.S. market with the opening of its Dallas showroom.
This expansion happens after the company also opened a showroom in Europe and aims to bring sourcing opportunity to U.S. buyers.
Expo Bazaar is a curator of home and lifestyle products, dedicated to showcasing the cultural richness of India through a carefully curated selection of products. This platform, equipped with a model warehouse for “Just in Time” local deliveries, spans across 15-plus categories with 500 Indian brands and a curated selection of over 7,000 products.
Expo Bazaar’s Dallas showroom was inaugurated by Tennell Atkins, mayor pro tem of Dallas, in the presence of Dileep Baid, chairman of EPCH; Rakesh Kumar, chairman of IEML and Expo Bazaar; Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center; Jitin Prashar, senior vice president of Expo Bazaar; and Jay Dhawan, vice president of sales and marketing at Expo Bazaar USA.
This showroom is designed to be not only a space to display products but also gateway to a world of exquisite craftsmanship, a celebration of the rich tapestry of Indian culture, according to the company.
“In our pursuit of excellence, Expo Bazaar is dedicated to fostering a direct connection between buyers and small producers in the remote clusters of India. Our Just in Time (JIT) business model has streamlined our entire supply chain management,” Kumar said. “At Expo Bazaar, we embrace sustainability as a core value, recognizing India’s global reputation for its steadfast commitment to sustainable efforts. We believe in a future where commerce not only thrives but contributes meaningfully to the preservation of our diverse cultural heritage and the well-being of our planet.”
He added: “With our fully equipped, in-house tech platform for order management, inventory control, and real-time shipment tracking, we empower independent U.S. buyers. It aims to have ready inventory in the US warehouse enabling buyers to make more frequent purchases with reduced risks.”