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Shoppers Stop announces appointment of Rajiv Suri as its Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer
Karunakaran M, appointed as Chief Financial Officer along with other key changes to the Board of Directors
All the consumers on ebay.in will get codes that will entitle them to participate in live Dhanbola event and stand a chance to win a MacBook Pro, an Apple iPhone 7 or a Philips Bluetooth speaker.
The new company will be handling all his endorsements, brand associations, corporate profile, merchandise and other business and commercial interests of the all-rounder.
Vishak Kumar, who was heading the post before Kampani, will now be monitoring the business of Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail as its CEO.
More than 75 per cent of the shoppers in most such stores happen to be women on a consistent and ongoing basis. They come in, browse, engage, make their choices and then take the final call based on their past experience.
Retailers with strong brick and mortar presence are still gauging the potential of eCommerce and trying to figure out sweet spot.
Mohit Khattar who was until now the managing director of the company will now move to a new role as Head-Retail Strategy and Branding in the company.
As per Adcom, the company sold phones to Ringing Bells at Rs 3,600 per unit without being aware of its intention of reselling it at Rs 251.
Cyfuture, that was hired by Ringing Bells to handle its customer services, has filed a police complaint against the smartphone company due to non-payment of dues.
Gourmet foods retailer Godrej Nature’s Basket has recently announced the launch of 3 more stores to its bouquet. This will make the total number of stores in the country to 36. The new stores have been launched in Gurgaon, Pune and Mumbai.
Hyperlocal business-to-business delivery start-up Roadrunnr, run by Carthero Technologies Pvt. Ltd, has expanded its services from Bengaluru and Delhi to 11 cities.
The company is capitalising on strengthening e-commerce platform and widening delivery destinations to double online sales.
E-commerce firms are running their preparations for the coming festive season at full steam, expecting sales to the tune of Rs 25,600 crore ($4 billion).