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Employee Engagement driven by technology in turn drives differentiated customer experience and galloping revenues
Only 55 percent of retailers worldwide have technology in place to manage unplanned absences: Global Study
The Indian retail industry is one of the most dynamic and fast-paced industries, poised to grow at a rate of 60 per cent to US$1.1 trillion by 2020.
Although it is not clear yet how many employees will be under the firing axe radar, sources said it is happening across verticals and a few management level employees have already put papers.
India is a country that offers excellent shopping destinations to visit. From exotic handicraft markets to local bazaars we have a plethora of choices to avail
Thomas Pink was facing the challenge in keeping on top of its customersâ€™ expectations and ensuring ultimate shopping experience.
Today, the innerwear segment in India has witnessed unprecedented growth, all thanks to demand of stylish, sensuous and premium quality.
This store is unique not only with its clutter free aesthetics, but also through its visual impact as it is an all-white European inspired dĂ©cor, with minimalistic furniture philosophy to deliver a premium ambience.
In India, 1,06,086 websites are registered daily and more than 25% are for niche businesses.
Adidas is planning to open around 30-50 company –owned stores across the major cities of the country by 2020.
World's leading shoe maker Reebok and Adidas are restructuring the marketing strategy with a vision to boost the sales.
The media invites for Coolpad’s Max launch in Delhi are doing e-rounds, amid a vendor shipment report by International Data Corporation (IDC) indicating sizeable traction gained by the company in India.
India’s largest apparel and retail company ‘Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Limited’ has signed an exclusive deal to bring the Simon Carter designer wear brand into the country
The collection low-top and high-top Vans sneakers and slip-ons decorated with classic Nintendo iconography.