Mahindra Mahindra MM
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Most of the e-commerce players are now tying up with offline retailers or are making their presence felt offline to enhance customersâ€™ shopping experiences and grab a greater share of the lucrative EOSS pie.
The global retail scenario is changing dramatically because they are improving and retailers are experimenting more with their store formats. They are effectively designing and managing various strategic levels to enhance the overall customer shopping exp
Mahindra will focus on building the Mojo into an umbrella brand, much like Bajaj's Pulsar, by modifying its engine and customizing the look of the same bike.
The company has also floated valuable extended services such as a bank loan 50 per cent of vehicle value pre-approved, door-step test drive and a slew of other goodies to various gift vouchers.
Customers can shop seamlessly and check-out faster with choice of relevant payment options, as billing and delivery details are already available with KMB.
Approval of payments bank services have been given on a condition that asks companies to park 75 per cent of their deposits in the safer. They are also not allowed to use their deposits for lending or any of such purposes.
It has recently launched an eCommerce asset to tap into the market which is largely dominated by heavily funded international retailers and startup backed by global tech investors.
Major conglomerates such as Tata, Arvind, Mahindra, Reliance Retail and Aditya Birla Retail explore online fashion, to take online e-tailers head on and fight digital battles with each other outside the store.
What brings Tata CLiQ in direct competition with the three eRetail biggies (Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon) is that the platform will offer electronics as well along with apparel, and footwear products.
Lately Freecultr has been in the market to raise funds, but without any success amid funding drying up and this prompted the company to initiate talks to sell to Arvind.
The company aims at providing a transparent and a smooth end-to-end experience to the consumers in terms of pricing or delivery. With this move, the online marketplace is eyeing to nab a 2 per cent share in the domestic two-wheeler market.
The start-up is facilitating rental tractor service to the needy farmers with the use of technology.