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Chennai Silks opens 20th outlet in TN

Multi-brand textile retailer "The Chennai Silks" today inaugurated its 20th showroom in Tamil Nadu at neighbouring Thiruvallur. The new outlet, also comprising its jewellery store Sri Kumaran Thanga Maligai, was unveiled by company Managing Director T K ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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Luxe Bridge to house iconic foreign brands

Luxe Bridge is the new entrant in the multi-retail format in India, bringing together a string of international designer labels under one roof.
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
First Post.com

Food processing sector attracted FDI worth $183 mn in last two months, says union minister Badal

After allowing 100 percent FDI in multi-brand retail, there has been a 40 percent increase in FDI in the food processing sector The post Food processing sector attracted FDI worth $183 mn in last two months, says union minister Badal appeared first on ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Govt eyes USD 10bn investment in food processing sector  Business Standard2 months ago

Shoppers Stop sells 5% equity stake to Amazon.com

Raheja Group's multi-brand fashion retailer Shoppers Stop Ltd on Saturday announced selling 5 per cent of its equity share (43.96 lakh shares) of Rs 5 face value to e-tail giant Amazon.com at Rs 407.78 per share, aggregating to Rs 179.26 crore on a ...
 Prokerala1 day ago

Modi considers allowing FDI in multibrand retail

India is considering a proposal to lift a cap on investment by foreign retailers in local supermarkets, according to people with the knowledge of the matter. A meeting led by prime minister Narendra Modi may decide on a proposal to allow 100 per cent ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Woods wants to be the Indian shoe brand for millennial aspirations

Aldo, Charles & Keith, Pavers England, Hush Puppies, Clarks, Steve Madden, Tod's and Bally, Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo and Longchamp have all come to India. For Woods, this is a validation of the promise that the market holds out. TE Narasimhan reports. Photograph: Courtesy WoodsCollection/Facebook  Even as premium and luxury shoemakers from around the globe, such as Jimmy Choo, Bally, Pavers England and Charles & Keith sweat it out for a slice of the organised shoe market in ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Pepe Jeans India to open 20 own stores by FY18'

Denim and casual wear major Pepe Jeans has decided to open around 50 own stores to strengthen its retailing footprint in India and 20 of which would be opened this fiscal. "We have four own stores and will open 20 more in the current fiscal. The number will ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Micromax unveils 'Yu YUNIQUE 2' at Rs 5999

New Delhi : Micromax's sub-brand YU Televentures on Tuesday launched its budget smartphone Yu Yu 'Yu YUNIQUE 2' with Android Nougat at Rs 5,999. 'YUNIQUE 2' will start retailing exclusively on e-commerce site Flipkart.com beginning July 27. The handset comes ...
 Sify2 months ago

Raymond to expand region based fabric branding initiative

Fabric and fashion major Raymond Ltd will continue with regional fabric brand initiative as it has been reaping dividends since its introduction last year. Raymond today launched Glanzo collection which will be only for the West Bengal market ahead of the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Why can't you order online IN an Indian store?

The new-age tech-savvy buyer is seeking new shopping experiences. They need to be engaged. Indian retailers are still playing catch up with these customers. IMAGE: More and more brands are looking at retail-virtual fusion to keep the shopper engaged. Burberry (above, London), Lenskart, and Prendi are experimenting with in-store visual display units, built-in 3D cameras and virtual wardrobes. Photograph: Kind Courtesy @FrontierMag/Twitter. Customers are no longer passive receivers of products ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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