Diwali: Big retailers like Shoppers Stop, Future Group join bash as sales match pre-slowdown days
Shoppers Stop achieved its highest full price sales at Rs 74.53 crore during the last week, 31% more than the previous high of Rs 56.7 crore.
Retail cos Mahindra Group, Godrej Interio, Reliance Retail hires specialists to increase sales
In an emerging trend in the country's Rs 20,00...
Brand launches during the week
You may want all of these or some of these, but you will want to know about all of these. Read on to find out what's new this week.
Measuring it up right
The Ermenegildo Zegna Group is a known name in luxury men's clothing. The Italian menswear brand has carved a strong niche for itself in the Made to Measure service and formal wear, both of which see a loyal set of customers.
Reliance Retail to bring in Toys“R”Us
Within months of opening the country’s first Hamleys toy store, Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Retail is set to bring in world’s leading toy retailer Toys“R”Us to India.
Menswear market in India fastest growing apparel segment
The everyday business suit has a new sheen, thanks to the host of high-end ready-to-wear menswear options. And the men, for once, don't mind shopping.
Companies offering 'buy two, get three free' schemes
The discount season has started early, and the offers are a tad more lucrative than yesteryears.
Apparel brands like Peter England, Wills Lifestyle, Woodland use innovative colours, styles & technology to lure customers
Apparel makers collaborate with mills to mould products to specifications by making it useful to consumers.
Luxury brands undeterred by terror attacks
Luxury brands undeterred by terror attacks; going ahead with investment and expansion plans in India.
Alfred Dunhill to pamper the male ego
DunhilL, the English luxury brand for men is all set to make a debut in India. Brand House Retail, a 100% subsidiary of S Kumar Nationwide (SKNL), has inked an exclusive tie up to bring the 110-year-old brand into India.
Six ways to help boost batteries of your gadgets anytime, anywhere
Stuck in a jungle or in a two-horse town without electricity? Well, you can still keep your favourite gadget throbbing with these cool options. From backpack to jacket, from cell phone case to hand-powered dynamo, ET offers six ways to stay charged. Anywhere, anytime.
Lodha & Co likely to partner Marks & Spencer
Working on a new strategy, the UK firm wants to enter India directly through an equity joint venture in which it holds 51% stake. 11 tips to grow beyond start-up phase
A year later 26/11, luxury stays put at Taj & Trident
Since 26/11, many international luxury brands have changed hands in India, some have exited, many are seeking new alliances, and some have put expansion plans on hold.
FDI in multi-brand retail? An unanswered question in 2010
The key question in front of India's retail sector was whether multi-brand retail sector should be opened up to foreign direct investment and if so, to what extent?
Women overtaking male counterparts on the shopfloor
Meet the new crowd—women in senior marketing roles selling a boy’s favourite toys: cars, bikes, cigarettes, alcohol, watches and menswear.
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