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With competition increasing fiercely in the retail world, many brands have taken on to innovation technology for enhancing their business. Conversational commerce is one such initiative.
Online players like a Xiaomi or Myntra or a First Cry, all opening up brick and motor stores is a sign of retail growth. Therefore, there is a huge opportunity for manpower and training organizations to latch on to this opportunity.
GST is the landmark tax reform that has power to reshape the retail industry by ushering the era of single tax regime.
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.
According to a latest report by Euromonitor International, India is touted to be THE leader in top-ten fastest growing eyewear market during 2016 to 2021 fiscal followed by UAE, Thiland, Malaysia, China and others.
Retailer Media approached five emerging hyperlocal players to understand the ongoing revolution and their market position amongst the peer groups. Here’s what they shared.
Hyper local service providers are delivering comfort, convenience and quality to the customers, the three things that rank high on their wish list.
Google’s Rajan Anandan, Paytm’s Vijay Shekhar Sharma and Flipkart’s Binny Bansal participate in angel round; startup founded by Saisree Chahal.
After acquiring Gaadi.com in Sep’14, India’s leading auto portal, CarDekho.com, has now announced the acquisition of an intelligent shopping engine, BuyingIQ.com.
The question that comes to mind is that if FDI in manufacturing is already under the automatic route, was there any real restriction on such manufacturers selling products online?
Challenging the approach of electronics manufacturers, a home-grown company has brought in a new concept of customised tablets for specific segments like children, women, seniors, professionals and gamers with prices starting at under Rs 5,000, says a PTI