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As IPO market picks up, small FMCG firms go for the valuation ...

Indore-based Prataap Snacks is a little-known food company but its sales are close to Rs 700 crore a year, thanks to its Yellow Diamond range of chips and snacks. The buzz is, this Sequoia Capital-backed company might consider going for an initial ... Sify, 6 days ago
Business Standard India

MNCs look beyond statistics to understand consumer mindsets

Customer understanding is a must-have, especially during hard times. Today, the first thing a company that considers itself truly global does is say goodbye to the practice of dumping products and services developed for one market in its next.
 Business Standard India1 week ago Looking beyond the statistics  Business Standard India1 week ago

As PEs, others evince interest in restaurant industry, companies try to boost investor confidence

MUMBAI: While the Indian quick service restaurant (QSR) and dining space is dominated by founder-driven brands, several of them are now setting up professional management teams. And why? With PE funds and investor interest in the segment growing, ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Jagran Post

Smartphones soon to become largest contributors to e-Commerce

Shopping online through smartphones is expected to be a game changer shortly and industry experts believe that m-commerce would contribute up to 70 per cent of their total revenues. "In India, the mobile internet traffic now outweighs personal ...
 India Today2 weeks ago M-commerce to contribute upto 70 percent of online shopping: Experts  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Online shopping: 'Up to 70% orders to come through mobiles'  Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago '70% of e-commerce sales to soon come via smartphones'  Times of India2 weeks ago
European CEO

India has a long way to go to become a major contender in the wine market

Indian wines at the Bangalore Wine Festival. The country still has a long way to go to establish its wines globally India is starting to emerge on the global wine map, but may to struggle to compete with the world's top producers in an industry ...
 European CEO3 weeks ago

Recreating the magic

Competitive clutter at the point of purchase is intense today, thanks to brand proliferation, extensions, private labels, me-too products and copy-cats. Given that, brand salience - the extent to which a brand stands out from its competitors - is ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Business Standard India

Recreating the magic

As more brands flock to online marketplaces, the challenge will be to recreate the differentiated experience offered in physical stores. Here's how brands can move towards that goal. Competitive clutter at the point of purchase is intense today, ...
 Agencyfaqs!1 month ago

Kumar Mangalam may join the Indian e-tail bandwagon

Kumar Mangalam Birla is the latest billionaire with plans to enter the burgeoning Indian online market that is set to grow sevenfold in four years. The chairman of the $40 billion Aditya Birla group, which is engaged in businesses from mining and ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Billionaire Birla May Follow Amazon Into India E-Commerce  Bloomberg1 month ago Billionaire Birla Follows Amazon for $22 Billion India Pie  Washington Post1 month ago KM Birla may follow Amazon into India e-commerce  Livemint.com1 month ago
Bangkok Post

Japans Softbank sees India Snapdeal investment as another Alibaba

(MENAFN - Arab News) NEW DELHI: Japanese technology giant SoftBank said it is hoping to replicate its success with China's Alibaba through its 627-million investment in leading Indian online marketplace Snapdeal. SoftBank a one-third owner of ...
 MENAFN1 month ago Softbank invests in India's Snapdeal  NineMSN Finance1 month ago Japan's Softbank sees India Snapdeal venture as another Alibaba  Yahoo! News1 month ago Softbank sees India Snapdeal investment as another Alibaba  Economic Times1 month ago

Catching Em Young

The domestic licensing and merchandising market for kids is coming of age as franchisees look at novel ways to monetise toons Himanshu Kakkar Halt at a signal in any city across India and you will see sellers clutching a bunch of bright, ...
 Outlookbusiness.com1 month ago
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