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YES BANK, Indiaís fifth-largest private bank, announced an agreement with BankBazaar.com to showcase its Retail Assets products on the financial website.
From skill development centres to conducive norms for student entrepreneurs that can help them raise seed funds, Indian start-ups have great expectations from the upcoming budget.
During the India Digital Summit conducted by IAMAI, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Founder, Paytm, in his presentation shared some facts and figures related to cashback the company rolled out last year.
Itís required no wild guess to understand why manufacturers of iPhone, iPad, Mac are eyeing Indian market to set their exclusive brand outlet.
Tata Group is all set to come up with its eCommerce portal soon with an intention to tap the online shopping space which is expected to grow 20 folds over the next 10 years.
Hyper local service providers are delivering comfort, convenience and quality to the customers, the three things that rank high on their wish list.
As the number of Internet users in India rose 32% last year, to reach 302 million, according to the Internet and Mobile Association of India, which includes members such as Google, Microsoft, eBay, IBM, Flipkart, Ola Cabs and LinkedIn.
Digital payment solutions firm Mobikwik will spend about Rs 100 crore on marketing and advertising over the next few months to expand the user base of its mobile wallet services in the country.
Indian online market is expected to surge 10 times from its current level to $50 billion by 2020.The market is primarily driven by better Internet penetration and higher incomes,as per a recent report by IAMAI.
The digital commerce market in the country had grown 53 per cent to Rs 81,525 crore in 2014,as per a report by IAMAI and IMRB International.
With the year 2014 drawing to a close, there are ample reasons to cheer how the ecommerce sector in India has grown by leaps and bounds, despite the fact that this is just the beginning of the ecommerce era in the country.
With increasing penetration of mobile broadband and easy availability of low-cost smartphones will help India overtake the US as the world's second largest Internet user-base by 2016
Leading mobile commerce company, Paytm is aiming to clock $1 billion gross merchandise value (GMV) by March next year on the back of growing smartphone penetration and rising number of customers buying from e-commerce sites.