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Matahari, fast growing local brand clothing line, now at Harbour Mall Sandakan

31st December, 2020

By JAMES LEONG

SANDAKAN: Matahari, a fast growing local brand clothing line, opened its first retail outlet in Sandakan at Level 2 of Harbour Mall Sandakan on Nov 14 2020.

The Sandakan branch is the eighth outlet established in Sabah of which five are situated in the Kota Kinabalu area at Centre Point Sabah (2), KK Plaza, Sinsuran, Donggongon and two in Tawau at West Point Complex and Tawau town.

The charming manageress of Matahari Harbour Mall Sandakan, Michelle David Ng, talked to New Sabah Times on the company’s recent expansion to Sandakan and why Harbour Mall Sandakan is the best choice of location for opening a business in Sandakan.

Michelle, who hails from Tamparuli, joined the company on Sep 21 this year and was posted to Sandakan to take charge of the Harbour Mall Sandakan outlet following its opening last month.

Matahari Harbour Mall Sandakan offers a wide range of quality local designed clothing line for children, men and women from suppliers in Peninsula Malaysia, China, India and Thailand, marketed under its “Matahari” label at reasonable and affordable prices.

On her company’s choice of Harbour Mall Sandakan to open its first retail outlet in Sandakan, Michelle said Harbour Mall Sandakan being the only mall of its kind in Sandakan is the place to be for the locals on weekdays, weekends and holidays.

“It attracts the crowd which means there will be a continued flow of customers, something that investors take into consideration because of the potentials to give them the returns,” Michelle said.

The ideal location, coupled with the excellent support service provided by Harbour Mall Sandakan management for tenants and attractive rental rate, help businesses at the mall to grow and profitable, she added.

Michelle pointed that biggest challenge to businesses not only in Sandakan but globally is the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not only affecting sales but also suppliers have problem sending our order to us in Sabah.

“However, with resilience and well planned strategies, one would be able to face the challenges and adapt to doing business under the new norm,” Michelle said.

   
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