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There is no one particular product preference but a combination of products both as regular consumption and a gift factor that add to the complexity.
Only 55 percent of retailers worldwide have technology in place to manage unplanned absences: Global Study
The Indian retail industry is one of the most dynamic and fast-paced industries, poised to grow at a rate of 60 per cent to US$1.1 trillion by 2020.
Krug is part of one of the most exciting trends in our economy: the growth of ultra-lean one-person businesses that are reaching and exceeding 1 million in revenue.
Globally it is $100 billion business while in India it is hardly a $200 million business but is expanding at over 40% year over year.
Focused on experientials, the signature feature of the store is the 100 sq. foot horseshoe shaped vanity area where customers can touch and feel products for a first-hand experience.
Global retailers such as Lush, Apple, Ernster amongst others focusing on customer first approach not only to win laurels but also to improve business.
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.
If you want to convert more window shoppers into potential buyers, you will have to design a suitable strategy to implement on the retail floor.
A recent survey conducted in the year 2015 suggests that the nearly 50% of the customers experienced a problem during their last shopping trip
Automation is the next wave of change which is happening across the enterprises in India, and retail is not an exception.