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This article is regarding how the shopping malls are using digital technology to innovate their services and infrastructure to enhance customer experience.
Digital transformation is not simply about technology. It requires business leaders to re-envision existing business models and embrace a different way of bringing together people.
The logistics sector is booming and touted to be worth $307 billion by 2020.
The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of the Indian retail industry clearly depicts an overwhelming growth of 10% every year. If every piece falls in the right place then India will surpass the capabilities of China by the end of 2025.
Baba Ramdev has blown his trumpet into the Indian telecom sector by launching Patanjali sim and social messaging application Kimbho.
The encouraging consumer response at Bengaluru experience center has compelled the brand to venture into other cities to offer similar consumer experience.
Machine learning can effortlessly quantify buying behavior over and over again, each time digging deeper into trends. In nutshell, it is a powerful tool to recommend what your customers didn't know they wanted.
Branding is all about establishing and promoting a product in a competitive market.
A CRM tool will improve efficiency in this aspect. The better your relations with your customers the more your organizationâ€™s goodwill and profitability.
The exponential growth in the e-commerce sector has left many mall heads baffled in the race of staying relevant to modern consumers.
Along with the transitional shift witnessed in the Indian retail industry, consumers have also reshaped their retail habits and preferences. Here are 4 retail habits adopted by the consumers.
Tech trends in retail change with seasons. After phygital, click & collect, conversational commerce and even video commerce, cameracommerce is the new kid on the block. Can this new process of click, look, buy change the future of shopping? Let's find 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.