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Heavily laden by the infrastructure and rental cost, Indian malls are experimenting with newer ideas to draw greater footfalls in their malls, even as few developers have already shifted focus to Tier II and III cities. A closer look!
Near field technology will be a game changer for Indian retail and will evolve the way people make payments at retail touch points here on.
The trend of the early arrival of the end of season sale scenario continues this season as well. Both retailers and customers seem satiated.
H&M has announced plans for an India entry. Should world's largest fashion retailer be nervy by the entry of rival, H&M on Indian shores?
Here is what the Union Budget 2013 spells for Indian Retail.
E-commere has grown extensively over time in India. M-Commerce too has the potential to be a winner but will it be able to reach that stature in India?
While Massimo Dutti is all set to enter Indian boundaries, Zara has already created a niche. Together, will they be a threat to Indian fashion counterparts?
Luxury is taking a back seat as bridge to luxury (BTL) brands come to the forefront. BTL brands are garnering the spotlight and becoming a retailers' favourite.
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...
The most targeted clientele today is the youth. Innovation is what works for them and retailers continuously work towards it.
There has been a significant switch in the industry and many reasons clubbed together have changed the way the country drinks beer today.
Young parents in India are also taking to processed foods for their little ones.
The luxury market in India is quite attractive but entering and sustaining in the marketplace, calls for investments and patience as returns are not very quick.