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In the past, speaking to the media, Xiaomi India Head Manu Jain had said the firm would consider manufacturing TV locally but that would completely depend on the volume of order. "We intend to manufacture more products other than smart phones in India."
No doubt online market has surely caught the consumer's eye for buying products, but today consumers like to touch and feel the product they choose to buy. Catering this need, many big brands are opening their experience stores.
With notes going out of circulation, people can use credit/debit cards, net banking or gift cards to purchase their products. This results the customers to save cash for necessity and chose to pay through online mode.
The bandwagon for Finding Dory includes Myntra, Bioworld, Trucare, Hamleys, Gingercrush, Firstcry, Colgate and Yakult among others.
Their success stories are a conclusion of a process that eCommerce companies had set in a motion a decade ago.
Exempting start-ups from taxes, making expansion easy, lowering the formalities among some of the most expected budget stands. Read on...
To ease the movement of goods, Government must roll out the much delayed GST and bring all taxes including service tax under its ambit, says, Manu Indrayan, CEO & Co Founder of 612 League
Home-grown kids apparel brand, Indian Clothing League, intends to scale up its multi-channel retail model by expanding brick and mortar as well as e-commerce presence.
China's leading smartphone maker, Xiaomi is all set to ramp up sales in India through its own ecommerce site
Leading online home furnishings platform FabFurnish has recently announced a change in top level management as co-founders Vikram Chopra and Mehul Agrawal have both stepped down from running the company's day-to-day operations..
Smartphone maker Xiaomi has recently tied-up with Gadgetwood eServices, a web-based portal that offers repair and support services for smart gadgets.This tie up will help Xiaomi to offer customised and one-day repair and delivery services to the consumers
Leading television and online shopping firm Naaptol has recently raised Rs 136 crore from Japanese conglomerate Mitsui & Co, the latest example of global investors continuing to back Indian online retailers.