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SINGH STYLED EXPANDS TO ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

April 26, 2022 09:06 AM

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 Chandigarh (Face2News)

Singh Styled, the world’s first grooming and styling platform for Sikh gentlemen has launched in the Asia-Pacific region with regional headquarters in Singapore. Envisioned as ‘Dressers for Singhs’ the brand focuses on three specific categories– turbans, personal care, and style advisory.

Speaking about its first expansion outside India, Charanjeev Singh, Founder, Singh Styled, said, “While exploring beyond India, our objective was to narrow down to an Asian region with a large Sikh diaspora. In recent times, we have received a good number of repeat customers from Singapore and Malaysia, hence they were our natural first choice. Considering the global connectivity, we chose Singapore as our regional hub.”

Charanjeev Singh, Founder, Singh Styled, said, “While exploring beyond India, our objective was to narrow down to an Asian region with a large Sikh diaspora. In recent times, we have received a good number of repeat customers from Singapore and Malaysia, hence they were our natural first choice. Considering the global connectivity, we chose Singapore as our regional hub.”



Singh Styled is a perfect example of young organizations, as it leverages experience through veterans from the industry and different walks of life such as Harvinder Singh Teji, who is a mentor and an advisor to Singh Styled. Based in Singapore, Teji Veerji has not only enabled engagement with local community services like the Khalsa Association but has also inspired the Asia-Pacific team through mentorship.

Amongst his mentorship initiatives across various startups, Mr. Teji holds Singh Styled in high regard due to its core values. He says, “Organization such as Singh Styled is just not a brand but a purpose to celebrate the tenets of Sikhism. A good life is experienced as a universal community (one world), living honestly (supporting truth) and caring for others (empathy). These core values should be precious for any business principles.”

 
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