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In a conversation with Indian Retailer, interior designing firm Arrivae founder Yash Kela reveals the challenges for a firm in an online marketplace
“We are planning to grow our reach with ASICS in the central and southern parts of India” says Aditya Bafna
In an exclusive conversation with Aditya Bafna, MD, Element Retail sheds light how organized retail is evolving in India especially in fashion and lifestyle space.
‘The margin expectations in the distribution network is the biggest retail challenge’ says Pankaj Agarwal, Just Organik
In an exclusive interview with Pankaj Agarwal, Co-founder & MD, Just Organik sheds light how organic is an emerging category for retail brands.
In an exclusive conversation with Indian Retailer, SleepyCat co-founder and CEO Kabir Siddiq, tells why this is the right time to sell mattress online.
In an exclusive interview with Shubham Khare, Co-Founder, Incosi Fashions shed light on the business strategy of newly included Ralph Pierre.
In a conversation with Indian Retailer, Harish Mohan, Founder, SipWise Beverages tells why there are huge opportunities for product category creators in India.
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.
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.
A bed that remembers your body shape, refrigerated cold mattress- it’s all about innovation for this startup!
Chaitanya Ramalingegowda, Co-founder, Wakefit
Most often, when a customer went to buy a mattress, they were first asked for their budget, irrespective of their needs and body types.
Kris Gopalakrishnan, Venture Capitalist
India is the third largest ecosystem for startups. With Flipkart-Walmart deal, it will only encourage more entrepreneurship, more investors will come to India and it will create more jobs and opportunities.
Kushal Nahata, CEO, FarEye
Contrary to the traditional manufacturing supply-chains, eCommerce delivery gets triggered when customers places an order and is time sensitive.