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Home sector includes home décor and home furnishings comprised of both soft furnishings and furniture. The sector is vibrant with many new players, including international players, making entry into the segment.

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Indian sanitary ware market is one of the leading industries in the Indian economy.  An industry, which is full of leading homegrown brands, is now seeing an insurgence of international players, especially the Europeans who are upbeat to tap the Indian audience. According to a recent report by TechSci Research ‘India

BY Gunjan Piplani  |  Jan 11, 2013  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

It is a well known fact that a man spends 1/3rd of his life sleeping and also that only a perfect mattress would give the comfort a body requires. These two facts are known by the Indian consumers but not really followed. In India, consumers are yet to understand the technological advancements in terms of mattresses and other

BY Gunjan Piplani  |  May 03, 2012  |  comments ( 1 )  | 

The growth in the real estate market has always had a rippling effect on the Indian home retail segment. For home retailers, including Natuzzi, Evok, Hometown and others, who offer a complete range of home décor, the business has been booming, driven by real estate growth. Additionally, according to a recent study by

BY Gunjan Piplani  |  Feb 22, 2012  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

The Indian tissue and hygiene market is very small and largely untapped. The tissue and hygiene category in India is divided into four different segments - Away-from-home tissue and hygiene, Retail Tissue and Hygiene, Hygiene and Tissue. Untapped market potential As per the leading market research firm, Euromonitor, the market

BY Rajni Pandey  |  Jul 19, 2011  |  comments ( 0 )  | 

The Indian consumer durable market, with a market size of US$ 27.38 billion in 2008-09, has grown by 7.1 percent over the previous year. The growth is driven by a young population with easy access to disposable income and easy finance options. The Indian consumer durable market can be divided into two segments - White goods (AC,

BY Rajni Pandey  |  Jun 28, 2011  |  comments ( 4 )  | 

The unparalleled growth on the housing sector front, brisk urbanisation, availability of easy housing loans, all have been instrumental in the growth of decorative paint segment, which comprises 70 percent of the 21,000 crore  paint industry in India. An average growth of about 18 percent in the automobile sector contributes 50

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The impending rise in the interest rate as decided by RBI is waiting at the ambush that may mar the hopes of investors. The uneasiness is apparent, the low grunts are slowly transforming to loud echoes as even a small rise can effect their budget and plans to invest in property.   At this time, what is the take of the

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India is the fifth largest retail destination in the world and is the most lucrative market for investments of any kind. The retail scenario in India is evolving by the day, home retail is one such segment that has emerged and added to the potential of the retail sector, by shifting from a wholly unorganised market into a full-fledged

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The Indian sanitaryware market is the second largest market in South Asia and is growing at the rate of 22 per cent per annum, says a report by Netscribes (India) Pvt Ltd consulting solution. Many international brands like Kohler, H & R Johnson and Roca have entered the Indian market in the past decade. The latest addition to the

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Indians love to gorge on sumptuous meals and with the appeal of a restaurant business a number of Indian celebrities from the world of movies, cricket, television and fashion are opening their own restaurant chains. To add to this, are the factors like contacts and fan-following that these celebrities have developed over the years that go

BY Amrita Premrajan  |  comments ( 1 )  | 

PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates suggest that the Indian retail sector is worth USD350 billion and is growing at over 20 percent per annum. India, as compared to other countries, has been relatively insulated from the global economic slowdown. This is apparent when looking at India’s consumer confidence levels, its GDP

BY Sharmila Das  |  comments ( 0 )  |