Traders body CAIT today said it will launch a nationwide movement from October 31demanding the government to create a regulator and regulations to govern the online retail market in India, says a PTI report.
E-tailer Amazon on Wednesday said it has launched a store on its online marketplace featuring a wide selection of home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, air-conditioners and dishwashers, says a PTI report.
New Delhi: After receiving "many complaints" from traders on Flipkart's massive discount sale, the government on Friday said it will look into the concerns and take a call on whether more clarity is required on e-commerce retail business.
E-commerce firm, Snapdeal today said its marketing campaign for the festive season received good response from consumers as it managed a growth of 100 per cent in sales for categories like apparel, footwear and electronic gadgets, says a PTI report.
Triggering a price war in mobile Internet segment, telecom operator MTS India today launched new schemes with a price reduction of about 33 per cent in its high-speed service offerings, according to a PTI report.
Expressing concerns over huge discounts being offered by e-commerce firms, traders body CAIT today asked the Commerce and Industry Ministry to take steps to monitor and regulate online businesses, says a PTI report.
Its raining jobs in the e-commerce space as this segment could grow at 20-25 per cent over the next 2-3 years in terms of jobs, salaries and growth, which in turn could create at least 1,50,000 jobs, says a PTI report.
E-commerce firm, Myntra.com today announced the launch of year-long 'Designer in Residence' program targeted at budding designers with a unique brand idea to create and develop a fashion business in India.
The boom in Indian e-commerce sector, has led to an increase in demand for warehousing space from online retailers which leased about 6 lakh sq ft area in the first half of 2014, says a PTI report, quoting a CBRE property consultant.
Riding the crest of the world's biggest IPO, Jack Ma, founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba, has become the richest man in China with a fortune of USD 24.4 billion, says PTI citing the annual list of the country's wealthiest people.