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In February 2007, the Beaverton (Ore.) sneaker Goliath, Nike offered the German National Soccer Federation a sum of USD 778 million to sponsor the soccer team of Germany for 10 years.

This step was taken up by the new chief executive, Mark Parker to make the competition between Nike and Adidas (the longtime sponsor of the German team) more rigid. Parker also declared in February 2007 that he will make the company grow by USD 8 billion within five years of time. This will be attained by implementing few renovations such as reshaping the management structure, reframing the relationship between Nike and its consumers, and setting up around 100 new stores of Nike all over the world within three years.

Nike Brand President Charlie Denson made a declaration in 2007 that Nike can reach a turn over of USD 23 billion by 2011 without any new acquisitions. The operations of Nike in India have grown outstandingly by 40% since 2006 by sponsoring the Indian cricket team. The executives of Nike had planned up for making large-scale investments in some potential billion-dollar markets such as Russia, India, and Brazil.

Nike declared the launch of a new range of products in the Indian market in 2007. One of the major products to be launched by Nike is eyewear and the company is also thinking over introducing golf goods and kids-wear in the country within the recent years to come. The major cause behind such a decision is that, India has an excellent market potential for sports wear and thereby Nike can earn in billions from the Indian market by launching various sports products in the country.

The business operations of Nike in India grow by 50% every year since its entry in India in the ear 2004 right after the entry of its chief competitor Adidas. Nike will also merge its wrist watch range with the eye-wears. Nike has planned to set up 75 more mono-brand outlets in the country besides having a presence in 150-odd multi-brand stores and over 600 mom-and-pop stores.

Nike Store at Delhi:-

Ashok Vihar
10 A, Deep Enclave Pocket-D, Ashok Vihar, Phase III, New Delhi - 110052

Aurobindo Place
74, Aurobindo Place Market, Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016

Aryan Lifestyle / Primus Retail
Shop # C-11 Inner Circle,Connaught Place,New Delhi-110001

Aryan Lifestyle / Primus Retail
Shop # F-21 Inner Circle,Connaught Place,New Delhi-110001

DLF Courtyard
Shop No 119, District Place Saket Place, New Delhi 110017

DLF Promenade
Shop No. 212, Upper Ground Floor, Plot No. 3, Vasant Kunj Phase 2, New Delhi - 110070.

Janak Puri
G-5, II nd - C, First Floor, Janak Place, Janak Puri, District Center, New Delhi - 110058

Kamla Nagar
6 UB Bungalow Road, Kamla Nagar, New Delhi - 110007

Khan Market
Shop No. 19B, Ground Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi - 110003

MGF CitySquare
Aryan Lifestyle / Primus Retail
City Square Mall, Grond Floor, Shop # 12a, District Centre, Shivaji Place, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi-110015

MGF Saket
Shop No. 17 A, Ground Floor, Metropolitan Mall, Saket, New Delhi - 110017

Pahar Ganj
Shop No. 4751, Main Bazar, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi - 110055

Preet Vihar
25 Defence Enclave, Opposite Preet Vihar Petrol Pump, New Delhi - 110092

Rajouri Garden
F-127, Main Market, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi 110027

D-12, 195, Ground Floor, Sector 8, Rohini, New Delhi - 110085

Select CityWalk Mall
Shop No. F-30, Select Citywalk, Plot No. A-3 & P-18 at District. Centre, Saket, New Delhi - 110017

Shalimar Bagh
Shop No 109, DLF City, AP Block, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi - 110088

Shankar Road
Shop No. 4/64, Old Rajinder Nagar, Shankar Road, New Delhi - 110060.

South Extension
G-11 South Extension Part 1,New Delhi - 110019

Vasant Vihar
38, Basant Lok , Ground Floor, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi - 110057

Westgate Mall
Aryan Lifestyle / Primus Retail
Shop # G-15,West Gate Mall,Shivaji Place,District Centre , Raja Garden, New Delhi-110027