Initializing...

Retailer Magazine

Retailer, August 2014, Vol.9 No.5 Designing it Right!

A well designed store makes the ambience more inviting and helps retailers in improving the conversion rate

Know More 

Retailer, July 2014,Vol.9 No.4 An appetite for growth

Same-store sales at QSRs has slowed considerably and leading chains are attempting to reverse this trend via a range of promotional offers

Know More 

Retailer, June 2014, Vol 9 No.3 “SHORTLY LAUNCHMERCHANDISE FOR THREE ICONS”

King Features, part of US-based Hearst Corporation, is a leading global player in the licensing industry via a partnership with hundreds of licensees in more than 30 countries.

Know More 

Retailer, May 2014, Vol 9 No.2 THE FUTURE OF RETAIL

DLF Mall of India, Noida, with 1.93 million sq ft of retail space, is set to transform the customer ‘experience’ and also set numerous operational benchmarks

Know More 

Retailer,April 2014,Vol.9 No.1 A LUXURIOUS RIDE

t’s a dichotomy that just can’t be ignored, high-end consumers had to await their turn to book the Mercedes-Benz S 500 priced at nearly Rs 1.6 crore at the beginning of this year, and this Germany-based luxury car manufacturer sold 125 cars within a fortnight to buyers who hadn’t even seen this model. And, when this car model was unveiled in mid-January, the frenzy amongst buyers and the media reached a different ‘level’.

Know More 

Retailer, February Vol.8 No.12 Cooking an ‘engagement’

Organised retail chains are increasingly introducing ‘live’ kitchens and it enables them to take the customer experience to the next ‘level’.

Know More 

Retailer, January 2014, Vol.8 No.11 BUSINESS WITH ‘FRIENDS’

Start-ups are increasingly relying on social networking sites to scale up their operations.

Know More 

Retailer, December 2013, Vol.8 No.10 BOLLYWOOD’S NEW ‘GOLD’ RUSH

Bollywood is often described as the ‘lifeline’ of the country and its popularity across various consumers segments is also well documented. And, despite the production of more than 1,600 movies each year, licensing still accounts for only a miniscule portion of a production house’s revenue, in contrast to the global trend.

Know More 

Retailer, November-2013, Vol.8 No. 9 INGREDIENTS FOR SUCCESS

The $ 40 billion (nearly Rs 2.4 lakh crore) domestic food services market is attracting increased attention from leading players in India Inc and global chains, given rapid urbanisation and changing food habits. And, recognising the long-term opportunities in this sector, the Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Retail recently took a 45 per cent stake in UK headquartered Two Sisters Foods India (TSFI), and plans to run a chain of restaurants in direct competition with global QSR giant - KFC

Know More 

Retailer, October- 2013, Vol.8 No.8 OFFERS’ LIGHT UP DIWALI

Retailers and consumer-based brands are increasingly emphasising value for money ‘deals’ and ‘gifts’ in their communication strategy, in a bid to attract consumers during the festival season.

Know More 

Retailer, September-2013, vol 8 no 7 SMALL CITIES, BIG OPPORTUNITIES

Retailers are increasingly focussing on smaller towns, given loyal consumer base and faster break-even. However, the related challenges cannot be ignored.

Know More 

Retailer, August-2013, vol 8 no6 More for less

Rising food prices and taxes have resulted in consumers staying away from restaurants, and QSRs and full service outlets are offering value for money offerings to reverse this trend.

Know More 

Retailer, June 2013, Vol 8 No 4 SAFE RETAILING!

To ensure smooth day-today functioning of the retail business; customers, staff, stocks and premises need to be kept secure. This comes at a time when internal thefts, vandalism and shoplifting, have become key issue for the broader retail sector. Leveraging the advances in technology, India’s leading retail security solutions help stores with an array of solutions.

Know More 

Retailer, May 2013, Vol 8 No 3 “Changing consumer behaviour gives me sleepless nights”

Samet, a global retail professional but British to the core, shares the difference between Indian retail and its western counterpart.

Know More 

Retailer, March 2013, Vol 8, No 2 Pop-up to reach out

Pop- up stores are a step to reach out to consumers especially, those who don’t shop online and to also connect with existing ones.

Know More