E-Commerce

R-Day sale to boost online offline market, biggest after Diwali ...
25 Jan 2017 Published by Rahul Verma 274 Views

(Pic: Flipkart - The Republic Day Sale)The biggest event in India’s economy – demonetization- created dip in market and sentiments of investors and buyers and looking Republic Day for breather after Diwali grand event to promote sales. E-commerce platforms are in full swing to make this ‘national day’ happening for buyers as well as for their sales point of view and offering upto 60 pc discount on range of products.The online big bashThe online market giants are offering heavy discounts..

E-commerce giants eye festival season, market to fair 25% this year...
03 Oct 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 643 Views

The Navratri festival has started with reverence and Diwali is on the doorstep, the festivals of India and the biggest times ahead for the e-commerce market to celebrate the discounts and offers on wide-range of products with the ease of customers.The festival season ahead is filled with joy and celebration, also, elated sentiments in the market to drive factors accountable for peak sale. The e-commerce market is facing competition with the before Diwali, Christmas and New Year with huge discoun..

Tata to beat the blues in e-commerce with venture CLiQ ...
21 May 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 355 Views

The battle of online market place is getting fiercer as new entrants are adding more spice to the e-commerce. The Tata Group is the most trusted name for years to ride with platform Tata CliQ through Tata Unistore  to take on Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal into e-tailing business.The Tata CLiQ will offer consumers apparel, electronics and footwear products and to take off by adding more categories, brands and features into its kitty. "Clique and Click came together to form the perfect n..

Govt allows 100 pc FDI in E-commerce but with conditions ...
31 Mar 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 222 Views

Traders wing call it 'unfortunate'May bar big discounts rolled by e-tailersDescribed capacity for vendorsIn a major decision, govt. allowed 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in e-commerce marketplaces, paving smoother passage for international e-tailers in India. However, made it conditional, that FDI is not permitted in inventory based model of e-commerce.The government decision made industry react as clearly defined, ‘100 per cent FDI to the company provides a platform to act as a..

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