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In an exclusive interview with Prasuk Jain, Managing Director, Chiliad Procons and Co-Founder of The Game sheds light on the growth strategy of the company.
As ethnic wear brand Indian Dobby expands its wings in the marketplace, Prashanti talks to Indian Retailer exclusively.
In an interaction with indianretailer.com, Sounak SenBarat, Designer and Owner, House of Three sheds light on the growth strategy of the company.
HomeLane had piloted with show-flats to provide customers easy access to HomeLane’s exquisite yet affordable and quality furnishing options.
In an exclusive interaction with Ayushi Gudwani, Founder- CEO, FableStreet sheds light bespoke market is changing in India.
“The in-store shopping environment and customization are the major retailing challenges in men’s luxury fashion” says leading fashion designer Poonam Kasera
In an exclusive conversation with Poonam Kasera, Menswear Designer sheds light on the growth strategy of her lebel Poonam Kasera.
In an exclusive conversation, Saurabh Gadgil, Chairman and Managing Director, PN Gadgil Jewellers spoke about the brand’s expansion plans and also the road ahead.
Knowing the audience and keeping their attention is a fundamental challenge that any brand says Srigopika Radhakrishnan and Aruna R Krishnan
Srigopika Radhakrishnan and Aruna R Krishnan
In an exclusive conversation with Srigopika Radhakrishnan and Aruna R Krishnan, Founders, That1Too.com sheds light on the challenges that a start-up faces in setting up a fashion brand.
Madhavi Irani, Chief Officer—Content, Nykaa
So, while Content at Nykaa has a millennial bent, the breadth of our Content focuses on all kinds of buyers, from newbies and aficionados to experienced, mature and evolved customers.
In an exclusive conversation with Raja Mukherjee - President & Country Head, Luminaire segment, Bajaj Electricals Ltd. Sheds light on the growth strategy of the company.
Raghav Somani, Founder & CEO, Headphone Zone
Right from Ferraris and Harleys, to branded shoes, clothes and groceries, the Indian market's wide base was quickly growing an appetite for all sorts of goods and services.