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Wearable brand Boult partners with Jagdamba Mobiles in Nepal

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Boult will be introducing a host of products in Nepal ranging from smartwatches and TWS earbuds, catering to different consumer needs and preferences

New Delhi: Wearable brand Boult has partnered with Nepal-based Shanker Group’s subsidiary Jagdamba Mobiles to expand operations in Nepal, a release by the company said on Tuesday.

Boult continued its growth in India by opening over 5000 stores pan India, strategically reaching customers in diverse regions, the release added.

“We are thrilled to announce our expansion in Nepal with Jagdamba Mobiles Pvt Ltd. This collaboration signifies our shared commitment to delivering cutting-edge wearable technology to the vibrant market of Nepal,” said Varun Gupta, co-founder, Boult.

“We are excited to join hands with Boult. This collaboration reinforces our commitment to offering the latest in technology to our customers,” said Saksham Jatia, executive director of Jagdamba Mobiles Pvt. Ltd.

Boult will be introducing a host of products in Nepal ranging from smartwatches and TWS earbuds, catering to different consumer needs and preferences. The smartwatch collection, comprising the Ripple, Crown R Pro, Drift 2, Crown, and Dive X, embodies a fusion of sophisticated design and advanced functionality.

Each model is crafted to cater to consumer preferences, offering an array of features and capabilities. These TWS models are anticipated to provide users with a seamless and high-fidelity wireless audio solution, characterized by innovative features and top-tier performance.

Boult’s journey began in 2017 with a focus on e-commerce. The brand has over two million 4+ star ratings on leading e-commerce platforms. Boult has climbed to the #2 spot in market share in the audio industry and secured an impressive #4 ranking in the Indian smartwatches sector in under eight months. The company was founded by Varun and Tarun Gupta.

The company claims to be the 2nd largest audio company in India selling a headphone every 5 seconds.

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