Festive seasons are the perfect time for Indian e-commerce industry to earn more revenue because that is the time when Indian consumers spend more. With the rise of e-commerce companies and their growing popularity in India, the festive season has become a period of fierce competition for key Indian retailers. Various e-commerce platforms launch mega-sales
“Ecommerce cannot be stopped and is only going to grow stronger,” Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said at the India Economic Summit, organised by the World Economic Forum and the Confederation of Indian Industry. While favouring liberalization of the economy so that startups can benefit from foreign investment, Kant said,”Small retailers must embrace technology and
Chinese company Xiaomi launched Mi Air Purifier2 in india. It is priced at 9999. It can be controlled with your smartphone, it has wifi connectivity. It is launched in china and it will available in india very soon. It has a 360-degree triple-layer filter. It helps to clean the air and remove harmful PM2.5 particles
India E-commerce major Flipkart expects to hire over 10,000 temporary staff for the festive demand.T company said that “With the festive season coming in, we are confident that Big Billion Days (sale) will be bigger and better than before this year”. Flipkart CEO Nitin Seth said.”In addition to having the new capability of alternate delivery
The logistics service provider company DTDC Express Limited has set up regional hub in Guwahati. There is a boom in e-commerce in northeast india has attarcted the attention on the logistics service company DTDC.The regional hub will connect the transport throuhout Tinsukia, Bongaigaon,Silchar in Barak Valley, Lakhimpur, Tezpur in Assam, Dimapur in Nagaland, Shillong in
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