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The two day- long conference was revolved key topics in retail included omnichannel, eretail, payments and global brands.
As per ASSOCHAM and global consulting firm EY data market size for Indian organic packaged food is expected to cross INR 871 million by 2021 from INR 533 million in 2016 growing at a rate of 17%.
Suresh Narayanan Chairman & Managing Director, Nestle India is among the leading names to take to the stage at The Indian Retail & eRetail Congress 2018(IReC)
It's a win-win situation for the innerwear market in India, wherein top foreign brands are boldly partnering with home grow brands. What's motivating them to do so? Let's know more.
Taking examples from leading textile and apparel retailers like Arvind Ltd. and Mandhana Industries, will other retail brands follow the demerger route? Let's find out.
In an exclusive conversation Yogeshwar Sharma, Executive Director at Select CITYWALK also shed light on upcoming GST.
The 6th edition of Indian Retail Congress concluded was a well celebrated event. The two day event(15th May to 16th May) at JW Marriot was largely based on the four themes.
Eminent CEOs and HR heads of leading retail businesses convened to discuss Building Future Ready Retail Organizations and set a vision for HR in the sector.
As per a survey in a sample size of 3 lakh farmers, 12 per cent had smartphones, out of which only 5 to 6 per cent had access to any kind of internet and only 2 per cent had access to 3G.
Despite of market vouching for the potential of eCommerce, heavily backed by the rising base of smartphone users and internet penetration, the stark reality is that even by 2025, eRetail will contribute to a mere 8 per cent of the total retail in India.
Organised by SingEx Exhibitions and Franchise India, LMFIndia 2016 had witnessed industry stalwarts from retailers, ecommerce, parcel and logistics companies.
Government wants to liberalise the sector and do away with complex regulations. It will look into each and every aspect of ecommerce and issues involved.
These numbers are likely to accelerate in the coming years as USIBC members have eyed on the Indian market with a plan to invest an additional $45 billion.
The US-based eCommerce major will complete its 3 good years in the country this week. In this tenure, the company has nabbed a noteworthy market pie compared to its Indian counterparts.
According to Kotak Institutional Equities’ Internet Monthly report, ‘E-commerce story – bumps in the road’, a tightening funding environment has prompted stricter evaluation of business models.