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As a part of an ongoing enforcement campaign in India, the officers of Mumbai Police conducted raids in Crawford Market.
While some players have also invested in building in-house logistics capabilities, the stark reality is that last mile fulfillment constitutes a majority (50-60%) of the total logistics expenditure.
As part of its expansion plans, Cartoon Network Enterprise (CNE) will seek more collaboration with players from retail, e-commerce and FMCG sectors to increase its footprint.
Brand licensing not only helps the manufacturers of the licensees’ position themselves in the market, it also enable them to address the issue of credibility.
Xilam has appointed Dream Theatre to serve as the licensing agent in India for its childrenï¿½s series Oggy and the Cockroaches.
Once flooded by characters from popular entertainment channels, the back to school range is now witnessing a diverse set of IPs all set to tap into the market of kid’s school supplies.
Once functional and driven by necessity, the Indian kitchenware industry has become modish now and is projected to reach Rs 55 billion plus by 2020. Let’s see how brands are delighting consumers’ senses through licensing in this segment.
Making his grand foray in India, Britto is all set to lend his pop sensibility to some out-of-the-box collaborations.
Coming off the record success in India with The Jungle Book as well as some Disney-produced Bollywood flops, including historical epic Mohenjo Daro, the studio is moving away from the Bollywood business.
The wide range of merchandise, comic book and game are all elements that help A Flying Jatt reach a wider audience across mediums.
Kapur heads the Indian division of the American conglomerate that currently operates Disney India and UTV Motion Pictures along with couple of television channels since 2014.
As the licensing agency, Black White Orange will play the role of establishing, growing and expanding the consumer products business of Paramount Pictures in India.
As per a survey in a sample size of 3 lakh farmers, 12 per cent had smartphones, out of which only 5 to 6 per cent had access to any kind of internet and only 2 per cent had access to 3G.
Despite of market vouching for the potential of eCommerce, heavily backed by the rising base of smartphone users and internet penetration, the stark reality is that even by 2025, eRetail will contribute to a mere 8 per cent of the total retail in India.