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Online players like a Xiaomi or Myntra or a First Cry, all opening up brick and motor stores is a sign of retail growth. Therefore, there is a huge opportunity for manpower and training organizations to latch on to this opportunity.
Snapdealâ€™s Acquisition by Flipkart & The e-Commerce Warfare in India - A Perspective
Worldwide, the retail grocery sector has become a battleground, with even non-grocery players (Amazon.com and peapod.com to name a few) in the fray, wanting a part of the food dollar.
The Indian retail market has evolved rapidly over the last two decades. It continues to change rapidly, and with mobile-apps based models, brands are closer than ever to their customers.
This can prove a big setback to the company with its competitors such as Amazon and Snapdeal ramping up their operations for the upcoming festive season.
More than 75 per cent of the shoppers in most such stores happen to be women on a consistent and ongoing basis. They come in, browse, engage, make their choices and then take the final call based on their past experience.
It is typically important to now define the process of how one can take the whole retail journey to a new level when it comes to understanding the needs of your customer.
Personalisation in eCommerce will play a pivotal role in deciding which players will survive to achieve long term profitability.
Entrepreneurs need to keep a tab on everyday deals, they require a management information system report to track all transactions.
Every person has something unique about the way they go about their work. These styles evolve over a period of time with people picking up practices from experience, co-workers or bosses.
E-commerce marketplaces in India have seen tremendous growth in the past three years. This has been fueled by 50,000 to 1 Lakh sellers that have been on-boarded by these e-tail giants.