025 – Innovating the Retail Market – with Shashi Behl

  • July 26, 2016
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Since innovating retail concepts in Canada, Shashi Behl has revolutionised the retail industry. Focusing on niche markets, Behl’s Founded and recently sold ‘Twisted Goods’ - a retail company that sells original and unique homewares and jewellery. Since then, Behl has opened ‘Joy Drop’ another niche retail which deals exclusively in jewellery and accessories with the same unique edge.

Winner of the 2013 Retailer of the Year Award from the Canadian Gift Association, Behl’s strong ambitions for the future means an exciting time for niche retail.

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Email: shashib@joydrop.ca

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