A study from Bain & Company titled "How India Shops Online" indicates that the Indian e-commerce industry, that has seen significant upsurge in the last 5 years, is expected to grow at 30 percent CAGR ($100-120 billion in GMV) over the next 5 year.
With Diwali and other festive celebrations knocking on your door, there will also be various discounts, irresistible deals, and free gifts to lure customers. Let's make the best of the big fat festive season sale.
These e-commerce tech giants have helped connect the buyer and seller, thereby protecting some of the most ancient and even dying arts/tradition and products. All you need as a customer is a smartphone and glance through your various choices and once the
Women spend more time browsing their favourite shopping sites and apps and looking out for more. We take a longer time to arrive at a decision and are used to multiple choices unlike men. Men usually shop when necessary and stick to whatever is available
The statement 'one size fits all' seems so unrealistic when we talk about plus size category. Though this segment was neglected for a long time, but today many brands have started producing plus size clothing. Let's know more.
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.
Technology has proved highly beneficial for the retail industry, may it be shopping apps, AI or even soon to be operational voice based personal assistance. Is this a beginning of a new chapter in the retail ecosystem?