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In a conversation with Indian Retailer, O2O gifting solution provider GyFTR.com CEO Arvind Prabhakar talks about the opportunities in the industry, gaps and more:
True to its promise, quirky gift makers Flintstop are selling something wacky, creative and something that solves your day-to-day problems.
Sanjay Mehta, a well-known angel investor
In retail there is huge amount of scope to ensure secured payment side,because the consumers will have ease in managing payments with retailers.
We are aiming to install 1000 machines across India and we are getting calls from tier II cities as well: Samir Duggal
In conversation with Samir Duggal, Co-founder, KWIK24, who spoke about the new concept and its impact in the market.
In conversation with Brijaraj Vaghani, Founder, Ridlr, who talks about his initiative of going cashless and tying up with Amazon Pay.
In conversation with Sunil Khosla, Sr. Vice President- Sales & Marketing, India Transact Services Ltd, who spoke about how technology is leveraging digital payment experience.
In conversation with Darshan Shankavaram, EVP and Head DCX Global CoE, who shares his thoughts on how retailers can keep up with consumers by embracing technology.
In conversation with Ranjit Satyanath, Head- Technology, Infinity Retail Ltd, who spoke about multiple digital payment options and impact of GST on retailers.
American Express while adding merchants to its data base has also partnered with leading merchant acquirers like SBI and ICICI in India.
In an exclusive conversation with Akshat Saxena, Co-Founder, ePayLater.in shed light on credit card market in India also on his business model.
A P Hota
With National Payments Corporation of India partnering with Reliance Retail stores, UPI will be taken beyond the functionality of pure digital money transfer system to in-store payment system.
In an exclusive interview with Kajal Jain,Founder, Ahilya highlights the growth plans of the growth.
Vijay Shekhar Sharma
Paytm is in the process of increasing the number of merchants on board from 4 mn to 10 mn by the end of this year, while planning to raise around Rs 1000 cr from the independent investors.
Vodafone India's M Pesa Pay will enable merchants and retailers to receive payments from their customers. The wallet will also offer payment and money transfer options to end users.