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In order to grow, the company needs to collaborate with another brand. Creating an ecosystem to the collaborations gives value to end customer in a humongous state.
Leading research agency Ipsos has compiled the data of top 20 influential brands of India.
With the demand for refurbished or second-hand smartphones predicted to grow by up to 27% in the coming two years, Togofogo wants to significantly capture the offline market through an organized channel.
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.
As per the data released by Amazon India Prime members ordered close to 3 times more on Prime Day than normal days.
Big brands like Ikea, Lowe's, Topshop, Samsung and North Face are turning to VR to sell products,boost their brands and make shopping more fun.
Refurbished phones do not mean broken phones, as most of the refurbished stock is due to change-of-mind returns.
Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones will be the first 'Made By Google' smartphones, which will be sold online and through a number of multi-brand retail stores from 25th October.
Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) surpassed the 48 million passenger mark in FY2015-16, witnessing a growth of 18 per cent in traffic over the previous year.
Intex is known as one of the leading electronic device producers of the country. It produces electronic devices such as washing machines, mobile phones, LED TVs and mobile accessories.
Very high returns for some brands from their airport stores explain why this format is turning so lucrative.
The store will set a new benchmark in terms of enhancing consumers' experience and will further motivate them to invest in Samsung products and technology.
Companies such as Samsung, Sony, LG which are right now at the driving seat, might revamp their marketing strategies to tackle the two new entries.
Market trackers and retailers expect the brand to grow as Reliance Jio Infocomm approaches the commercial launch of its 4G services, widely expected to be in December.