Showing 1 - 15 Articles out of 64
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.
Today the major airports of the country have substantial area devoted to retail. Perfume, cosmetics and destination merchandise are the largest-selling items at the departure section of the Delhi airport.
Logistics in the e-commerce sector is an important lever in enriching customer satisfaction and a key enabler for growth of the e-commerce retail industry.
Logistics in e-commerce retail is evolving with growing business requirements, and is acting as an important lever for business growth.
A leading delivery and logistics services company reduces OPEX by 50% and improves turnaround time by 40% with next-generation sortation technology.
Presently, the country has about 25 realty developers who are into retail, while back in 2008 this figure was 100. If current scenario remains prevail then by 2020 the country would leave with handful of retail developers.
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.
Very high returns for some brands from their airport stores explain why this format is turning so lucrative.
Indian brands certainly have global aspirations but fail to address tastes of a global audience. A lot of our apparel brands design keeping in mind the Indian consumer and what would sell in India.