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Expecting a CAGR of 20.6 percent and setting a target of reaching US$ 103.7 billion by 2020, the Indian fast moving consumer goods market is all set to concorde its way to glory.
The growing fashion and Lifestyle space in India has attracted many Japanese retailers. Uniqlo is expected to open its first Indian outlet shortly.
India has a huge unorganized sector which needs to be professionally handled. The way markets have developed in the US has not happened in India.
At current growth rate the Indian bridal industry will become the largest wedding market anywhere in the world within two years surpassing the American wedding market.
The present study is based on the perceptions, buying behaviour and satisfaction of the consumers in Indian market. The Indian consumers are noted for the high degree of value orientation.
India is known for its expertise in handicrafts and handlooms, the Carpet industry which has witnessed a surge in demand from outside India.
Emerging retail locations definitely have a cost advantage. On an average, rentals are 20-30% lower in micro markets when compared to established retail locations.
Indian consumers remained bullish over the global markets by scoring the highest index of 126 according to a Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions.
Its time when retailers need to work on customer facing workforce which will in turn satisfy a customer.
Fashion apparel retailers have identified the kids of rich parents as the growth accelerator.
Re leasing a mall can be a tedious work at hand. Though it will bring a whim of fresh air, delay can spoil the game. Here is what goes into the process...
At Rakhi, retailers are work towards garnering as much profits as they can.
Increased tourism and business opportunities boom car rental market.
Luxury has increased the sense of buoyancy among consumers.
Post recession blues, firms are not only back at the job of hiring full time workers but are also considering a larger role for highly skilled contract workers.