Future Group, Shoppers Stop, Puma report double-digit growth in same-store sales despite online discount bonanza
Some other retailers attributed the rise in demand to fresh merchandise, fewer discounted merchandise of big brands on online portals, and early onset of winter chill in some parts of the country.
Duty hike may not boost Make in India: Industry
It’s difficult to make most of those products in India due to various reasons including econo...
Levi Strauss seeks nod for direct retail
Levi Strauss & Co, the maker of the popular Levi’s denim jeans, has sought the government’s permissi...
Olympic athletes set to strike brand gold
It has been learnt that Japanese sports equipment maker Yonex is in talks with Sindhu after her contract with Chinese sporting goods maker Li-Ning ended.
Here's why firms across sectors are hiring women in key finance leadership roles
Search firm executives said the trend is escalating outside of banks and financial institutions, several of which have women in succession roles.
The winning streak
Employee friendly policies and genuine care for employees and their families motivate employees to give their best.
Slump hit shoe companies turn attention to Indians with large feet, vow satisfaction
Bata is running a pilot project to ensure people with large and hard-to-fit feet will have a greater choice in shoe styles, Rajeev Gopalakrishnan said.
Online retailing on the rise in North East India
India's North East is quietly becoming one of the fastest-growing markets for online retailers.
Adidas nets one past Nike in World Cup, Puma watches
Both the teams that broke into the final - Argentina and Germany, were sponsored by Adidas, the world's second largest sportswear firm after Nike.
Why celebrities in India are turning into fashion entrepreneurs
It seems an obvious move for celebrities to harness their own equity rather than let some entirely unrelated trader use their name or image to make a quick buck.
Sneaker Speak style culture giving a push to premium sneaker market in India
The country is seeing a rise in the subculture of sneakerheads — people who collect, trade or admire sneakers.
How brick-and-mortar stores are joining hands with ecommerce biggies to target India’s 1.3-billion customers
Convergence is key as a lot of customers still want to touch and feel the product. Buyers are no more thinking of channels, but are doing seamless shopping.
Can iconic Tiger Balm makers be third-time lucky in India?
After spending over two decades in wilderness, the Tiger Balm brand is finally out of the woods in India, asserts Haw Par Corp's executive director A K Han.
Textiles and apparels major Arvind set to step into footwear segment
Textiles and apparels major Arvind is readying to foray into the Rs 30,000-crore unorganized Indian footwear market in a big way.
Amazon India continues 80% discounts on last day of Great Indian Sale
Started on January 21, the Great Indian Sale is still offering deals across categories like smartphones, home appliances and fashion.
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