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For a country that has over 200 million online consumers, who share personal data that starts from mobile numbers to postal address and goes up till bank details, protecting the data of these consumers is no small feat.
The Government is silent on the retailing of sub-brands under the ambit of single brand and the benchmark to distinguish between a sub-brand and separate brand, thereby making it a grey area. For eg. Oriflame, in addition of selling its product, is also i
Indian footwear market is really confident about it's growing awareness of latest trends and consciousness among consumers. What has motivated such thinking? Let's find out.
The central government has stricter plans to curb the demand for energy by enforcing stricter laws on the Corporate making the self dependent on future requirements.
More than USD 200 million invested by PE Firms/Wealth funds
Apart from regular categories such as apparel, footwear and consumer electronics categories such as online medicine, grocery are few newly emerged segments which are fetching a lot of attention.
In India, 2015s ecommerce sales were approximately $16 billion with chances of market expanding up to seven times higher.
Like beauty care, fashion, durables and many other vertical distribution sectors, pharma e-commerce distribution is also expected to produce strong vertical players.
Contributing to more than 11% of the total exports in the country, the textile industry is estimated to reach US$ 223 billion in the year 2021.
With the government stepping up focus on economic reforms and development, everyone is eagerly awaiting the Union Budget 2017-18. Among the key sectors that are expecting major policy changes is the e-commerce industry.
Now, the government has ramped up its operations to implement it in the country’s tax regime. As per the government’s plan, it will roll out the newly passed bill by April 1, 2017.