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Alco-beverage chain The Beer Cafe today said it brought two Belgian brands to India to launch four Belgian beers.
The chain will now sell two delirium beers and two chimay beers in the Indian market.
Hema Connoisseur Collections Ltd, an India based distributor, will be supplying these beers all over India.
"Chimay is one of the most prestigious Trappist beers in the world. At Beer Cafe, these are the most premium beers on the menu," Rahul Singh, Founder and CEO, The Beer Cafe said.
******************* Goomo ties up with Uniglobe Travel *
Travel tech company Goomo today said it has tied up with travel franchise firm Uniglobe Travel to help customers find a trusted agent and discuss their offline booking requirements.
Customers on the Goomo platform will be able to find a trusted agent and discuss their offline booking requirements with them, the company said in a statement.
Uniglobe Travel South Asia currently has over 60 agency locations across India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Goomo CEO Varun Gupta said: "Clients have the right to choose the channel they're most comfortable with while booking their travel.
************ Cult.fit ropes in K L Rahul as brand ambassador *
Fitness centre chain Cult.fit today said it has signed cricketer K L Rahul as its brand ambassador.
The cricketer is an ideal spokesperson for brand's unique philosophy of equipment free fitness, a company release said.
"I am impressed with Cult.fit's machine-free workouts, which can be practiced by anyone who wishes to be fit and that too without using heavy equipment," Rahul said.
Along with the company's fifth auto glass plant in Gujarat, the Taloja plant will further add to the scale and flexibility of AIS in providing seamless supplies to customers, the company statement said.
"The Taloja Pant will not only increase our capacity by approx 60 per cent but it will have the ability to make the highest grades of glass for the architectural market directly," Sanjay Labroo, MD and CEO, AIS said.
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