Raj Jain MD And CEO
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Globally it is $100 billion business while in India it is hardly a $200 million business but is expanding at over 40% year over year.
Current mall inventory across 8 cities is 232 malls, spread across 81.26 msf. There is a 16% increase compared to last 3 years.
While weddings have and will continue to be the strongest driver of jewellery sales in the country, ORRA has now taken an aggressive stance towards giving a larger share to bridal diamond jewellery within this segment.
However, it's the restaurant and cafe chains many retailers are turning to, in order to expand their brand presence and find new customer base.
Digital reviews are important, what is being said on social media really creates the difference in terms of brand identity.
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."
The statement 'one size fits all' seems so unrealistic when we talk about plus size category. Though this segment was neglected for a long time, but today many brands have started producing plus size clothing. Let's know more.
Where Radio cabs are proving to be an expensive model and three wheelers on call are facing acute shortage, demands for models like bike rent service is increasing. Let's know more.
The article sheds light on how women are changing the retail start-up eco system in India.
With the Indian sensibility towards personal grooming growing, the home grown brands are bringing together authentic ingredients with an international knowhow.
Use of technology has surely transformed the way business is done in today's retail industry. From Supply chain management to direct selling, everything can be done by the use of technology. Let's know more.
The retail industry has welcomed the latest amendment in FDI policy. This development will certainly help MNCs such as Apple, Xiaomi and OPPO to scale up their presence in the country.
Despite numerous challenges, the Indian government is taking various initiatives such as apparel parks in various Indian states to promote indigenous textile industry .