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The present study is based on the perceptions, buying behaviour and satisfaction of the consumers in Indian market. The Indian consumers are noted for the high degree of value orientation.
Multi-level marketing company Amway is looking at trebling its sales in the country to up to Rs 6,000 crore over the next ten years.
As per the recently released Fitch Ratings Special Report, there would be a greater stability in the ratings of Indian retailers in 2010, given improving economic and consumer sentiment, a scale-back in expansion, and improving margins.
Having seen an unprecedented growth and relaxed Government regulations for FDI, not only did the size and ownership structures change in real estate, but retail formats too transformed considerably bringing great value to the shopping experience
The last decade has seen major socio-economic developments in India, with the nation’s last five years’ growth recorded at a compound annual rate of 8.9 per cent. This impressive number meant improvement in the income level of urban Indians an
Using the term ‘fast growing economy’ is, in itself, a sweeping generalisation for a nation with 1.2 billion inhabitants and a fast growing economy, yet there has not been enough time spent on the details of the growth of the retail sector.
Media has proved beyond doubt that the pen is mightier than the sword. Good words, written or spoken, have an effective influence. A look at why retailers should recognise the power of media to employ it to their benefit.