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For long, metro cities and tier I cities have been on the maps of retailers and mall developers looking to expand and grow. Over the decade, however, the scenario changed with increasing lease rentals in metro malls.
Industry experts have announced that cities like Lucknow, Nagpur, Kochi and Jaipur will be the next retail hubs. But what does it take to make these cities retail ready? Shwetha Satyanarayan finds out.
Big retailers such as Westside, Big Bazaar, and Pantaloons amongst others are growing exponentially in smaller towns.
Many big names today are venturing into E-grocery segment on a big scale. What can be the reason? Letâ€™s find out.
Personalisation is very important element and if done correctly can spark up the profits in no time. Retailers worldwide including India are realizing the relevance of this invisible tool and using state-of the art technology to give an edge to their pers
At Zudio, customers can shop from an exciting collection of exclusively designed apparel, footwear & home. The store is equipped with wide range of products for both men and women at an affordable price.
Patanjali’s fill rates are declining drastically and currently, its products’ fill rates are hovering at 40-50 per cent.
Retailing is set to be data-driven as never before. Big Data and analytics bring to the table critical customer and business insights through actionable insights, drive performance and fuel growth across retail formats.
Trend West, the yet to-be-launched online venture of Tata Trent, has acquired the fashion vertical of Bengaluru based brand Eat.Shop.Love. (ESL) to power its foray into ecommerce, according to people aware of the development.
Amitabh Kant, secretary, department of industrial policy & promotion (DIPP) emphasised the need for a single retail policy to weed out what retailers termed an 'inordinate attention to a single channel of distribution, notably, eCommerce."
With big data analytics emerging as a key tool to generate business intelligence, many retailers in the country are adopting the technology, albeit at a slow pace, to give customers a more customised shopping experience.