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Now, E-tailers go the subscription way to lure buyers

BANGALORE: As the Indian e-commerce industry gains pace and size, several entrepreneurs are experimenting with new business models in a bid to get consumers to buy more products online. About half a dozen ventures are offering a range of products, ... Economic Times, 2 days ago

PE firms eye women apparel brands

Although women's wear dominates garment retail globally, in India, it is men's wear that leads the segment. An increasing number of working women with disposable incomes is now providing hope to investors that such brands will do well. Photo: Mint ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago PE firms eye women apparel brands [Mint, New Delhi :: ]  BusinessWeek3 weeks ago

McDonald's looks to woo adults with Royale burgers

MUMBAI/ NEW DELHI: Big Mac is getting bigger, in size, price and aspiration. Nearly two decades after entering India as a value-for-money eatery, burger and fries chain McDonald's is set to go premium by rolling out big-sized burgers for adults at ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Louis Philippe gets serious on denim

has been making inroads in its efforts to shed its formal, older, serious image with the launch of its casual sub-brand LP, but the headway has given the company serious thoughts about becoming a larger player, especially in the denim category. The ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Hotel News Now

Hotel owners, operators clash in India

REPORT FROM INDIA—The happy marriages forged in India's economic heyday are beginning to crack amid falling pricing and profitability, according to sources. Kempinski Hotels and Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts mutually agreed to end ...
 Hotel News Now1 month ago

Flying The Suite Life

A couple of years ago, when there was intense clamour over how much executives of multinational firms and other corporate houses were spending, BBC's creative director Alan Yentob hit back at critics and ...
 Businessworld India1 month ago
Hindu Business Line

Flying off the shelves

Circa 2002: Waiting for a flight at the Mumbai Airport is a nightmare. There is just one coffee shop and a long queue to announce it. Your ability to wait out and pay for a cup of coffee will be of no help. If the shop's staff, employees of the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

eBay increases stake in Snapdeal, pumps in $133.77 m with partners

Indian online marketplace Snapdeal raised $133.77 million (about "829 crore) from its existing investors led by the US-based marketplace eBay Inc. With this round, Snapdeal has so far raised $200 million from investors in the last few months. ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

ESADE and Georgetown University hold a roundtable on the Indian retail trade

The panel discussion, which was held in New Delhi, looked at the advantages, promises and perils of current political and economic changes affecting the retail trade ]]> On Thursday, 13 February, a roundtable was held in New Delhi (India) to ...
 ESADE2 months ago
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