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Being Human is planning to open at least 15 exclusive stores in cities like Goa, Jamshedpur, Patna, Ranchi and Baroda by FY 17-18: Manish Mandhana, Being Human
In an exclusive conversation with Manish Mandhana, MD, Mandhana Industries ( Being Human) talks about the growth plans of the brand.
Anirban Chowdhury, CEO, Flemingo India - the Indian subsidiary of global Duty Free and travel retail operator Flemingo International talks about the changing landscape of travel retail and the strategies adopted to attract the footfalls in duty free
We offer a curated product range of regional delicacies from the most iconic brands from across India.
In an interaction with Anuj Sawhney, MD, Swiss Military Worldwide talks more about his business operation in India.
Generations have passed since Goenka Jewellery came into existence. Such has been the impact of the brand in the Indian market that it has been recognized as one of the top diamond dealers in the country. Nitin Goenka, Managing Director, Goenka
Raj Jain and Rajan Bharati Mittal
On the sidelines of the first international buyer-seller summit that was organised in Delhi last week, Retailer got a chance to speak to industry giants, Mr Rajan Bharti Mittal, chairman of Bharti-Wal-Mart and Mr Raj Jain, president, Wal-Mart India
Evolving toy industry rolls new stores as part of their expansion plan\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Indian Toy Industry is continually attracting retailers to explore this potential retail business. Early Learning Centre (ELC), Britain\'s leading children\'s
The market for western wear for the youngsters is seeing considerable growth. Capitalising the trend is 109⁰F, a brand owned by Creative Lifestyle. Mr Radhesh Kagzi, President of the company, speaks on their retail operation.
Fernanda Drumond, Manager Sales and Marketing, Surya Brasil, India
Surya Brasil not only has products with assured natural ingredients, but it also abstains from using substances that are harmful to its customers and to the environment. Having a successful presence in more than 20 countries, the brand is trying to
Farah Malik Bhanji, Executive Director, Metro Shoes
Farah Malik Bhanji, Executive Director, Metro Shoes, gives an account of the brandís success and changing trends with respect to the Indian footwear market to Vrinda Oberai. Having opened its doors in 1947, Metro Shoes has now become a household name
Sundeep Malhotra, CEO, HomeShop 18
We changed the game from Touch and Feel to Look and buy!\r\n\r\nUntil now, shopping was restricted to limited days and hours of the day. Consumers in cities, where the retail boom hadnít reached were satisfied with whatever was available. However,