Capital intensive retail industry witnesses numerous investment deals struck between the companies. The sections talks about those deals and contracts.
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The Changing Dynamics of Indian Retail The Indian retail sector is on a faster roll than ever before. Rapid urbanization and digitization, rising disposable incomes and lifestyle changes - particularly of the middle-class - are acting as booster rockets for the Indian retail sector, which is projected to grow from US$ 672 billion
New Delhi: IPO or the Initial Public Offerings lead companies to go public by listing the company names in the Stock Exchange. Recently, IndiaMART, an online marketplace that assists Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs), large enterprises and individuals to trade with each other has filed draft for IPO to market regulator Securities
Bengaluru: SaleBhai Internet Limited became the first B2C e-commerce firm to receive BSE approval for its Initial Public Offering (IPO) on SME Platform.The owner of SaleBhai.comhas received in-principle approval from BSE. The Ahmedabad-based e-commerce startup is the first to raise money through public route at an early
Bengaluru: With more and more home appliances and furniture rental firms gaining momentum, online product rental marketplace RentSher has raised $1.1 million in its latest funding round. The funding, led by Abu Dhabi-based VC fund Shorooq Investments and Dubai-based Latitude Consultants, also saw participation from other angel
By Mukund Ramachandran, CMO, Dynamic Yield Walmart and Amazon have generated no shortage of buzz in recent weeks with their tug-of-war over Flipkart, India’s fast-growing e-commerce startup. Last week, Walmart prevailed, announcing its acquisition of Flipkart in a $16 billion deal. The landmark acquisition provides
The Indian retail industry has been proven to be one of the most dynamic and fast-growing industries across the global trade market. It offers 8% of the employment and 10% of the country’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product). Now, India holds the 5th rank in the list of largest global destination for the retail market. India’s
Managing return on investment is critical to a healthy business. Many factors go into investment decisions, ranging from what merchandise to stock for what season to how many stores to open in a given geographic location. Retailers have an opportunity to take a close look at their investments in customer experience, staff, technology,
Quality retail real estate is really a challenge in India. The situation gets even more grim as soon as we move to tier 2 markets where there is a really dearth of quality retail space. However, the exponential growth of small towns has forced the retailers to expand in these markets. Though, the absence of good quality malls
Industrial capacity utilization is an important indicator of economic growth. Reserve Bank of India keeps quarterly records of capacity utilization. The utilization of built industrial capacities of key 900 companies as per the quarterly reports published remained around 70%. This is mostly likely to go down when it comes to Small and
CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd, India’s leading real estate consulting firm, today announced the findings of its latest India Retail MarketView Report – H1, 2017â€‹. According to the report, in the recently announced Global Retail Development Index 2017, India has topped the rakings, overtaking China. This is indicative of
With over 1.3 billion in population, India has been one of the fastest growing retail sectors in the world. It is considered to have high market potential, low economic risk and moderate political risk. Retail business is a common yet highly demanding venture. Fuelled by the increase and diversity in consumer base and advancement in
Has e-commerce guzzled brick-and-mortar? To answer this, let’s start with a brief history. Amazon India exploded onto the scene in a big way in the 1990s and challenged some very long-held beliefs - Would people trust online commerce? You bet they did! People not only trusted e-commerce, but devoured it.
The recently-closed Rs. 1,870-crore D’Mart public offering got listed at Rs. 604.40 - a 102.14% premium over its issue price of Rs. 299 per share. It received bids for 463.61 crore shares against the total issue size of 4.43 crore shares, recording a staggering 104.48 times oversubscription.
Indian retail sector has high potential to attract foreign investment, with FDI policies opening up more and more retailers are exploring Indian market which consists of more than billion people. Even the existing ones are looking to spread their reach. Foreign investments are important to India as well, as per
Apart from the favourite asset classes of office and residential, private equity (PE) has been taking increased interest in warehousing, logistics and retail real estate. PE investors and overseas developers are already looking at opportunities to enter India’s industrial and warehousing sector by investing in various development