ROMANO steps into Bangladesh

_A Monitor Report 01 Aug, 2019 | 783 Views|-+
Dhaka : Romano, an international male grooming brand from Vietnam has been launched by SMV Consumers for the very first time in Bangladesh. SMV came together with Multinational Company WIPRO UNZA, based in Malaysia, which markets Romano worldwide. Romano will be distributed by Zimi Distributions Ltd. in Bangladesh.

The launching ceremony was held at the A.S. Mahmud Seminar Hall, Daily Star Bhaban in the capital. It was attended by many fashion icons of Bangladesh such as Asif Azim, Indrani Das, Shondhi Koko, Ratul Rahman and Hannan Bhat. After the unveiling of the brand, the guests expressed their idea, choices, preferences and thoughts about the product quality.

Romano has a new and unique range of body sprays for men which are carefully formulated by keeping the versatile weather of the Asian region in mind. They have launched 3 fragrances this time named Classic, Attitude and Force. Romano's range of fragrances includes deodorant body sprays for now but soon they are going to introduce deo roll-ons.

Anil Gautam, Business Head, Wipro UNZA Overseas Ltd, Tony R Supiah, Group Export Manager, Wipro UNZA Overseas Ltd, Shrayas Saranathan, Country Manager, Wipro UNZA, India, Kazi Ziaul Hasan, Managing Director, SMV Consumers Ltd, and Mizanur Rahman, Managing Director, ZIMI Distribution Ltd and other high officials from Wipro, SMV and Zimi were present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Anil Gautam said, "Wipro Consumer Care has shown a robust revenue growth in past several years. With 11 acquisitions in past 16 years there is a big opportunity to leverage strong brands. Company's portfolio of brands has been successfully extended to many new emerging markets. Romano offers a full male grooming regime with distinctive masculine fragrances and functional experience. Brand is doing very well in multiple South East Asian countries. Romano will enhance confidence and give a unique experience to young contemporary generation of Bangladesh."