D2C model is bringing many changes in this new landscape, creating a more engaging experience, improving retailer's customer relationships, keeping transparent transactions, producing better products with better pricing.
The new developments are encouraging both brick-and-mortar and e-commerce companies to look to artificial intelligence and robotics in retail in order to achieve greater levels of efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Today, it is very important for retailers to adapt to the digital route for doing trade. Not only this, but retailers should take more keen interest in bridging the new digital divide for providing consumers a seamless experience.
According to a detailed report by CPCB,India generates 5.6 million metric tons of plastic waste each year, of which only 60 per cent is recycled. Delhi tops the list in terms of plastic waste generation with 689.5 metric tons every day.