QSR food retailers bet big on Indian market


  Cashing in on the emerging opportunities in the Indian food market, which attracted international brands such as McDonald’s, Subway, Nandos, Domino’s and KFC , currently carrying out brisk business in the local market. In the immediate future, popular American ...

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On line retailers on head hunting drive


In view of the anticipated surge in the Indian economy boosting the chances of increased disposable income, the on line retailers have launched a massive recruitment drive and they are likely to hire over 50,000 people during the current financial ...

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FMCGs enter into men grooming market


  In view of the huge future business potentials in the segment, FMCG giants have launched an aggressive drive to extend their women skin care products to male grooming range of brands. In the emerging market scenario, the men’s skin ...

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Century Ply launches branding drive


  A renowned player in the fly wood industry, Century Ply in a recent move has launched an aggressive brand building exercise, Marketing Head of Century Ply, Amit Gope, said explaining that the new campaign highlights the company’s range of ...

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Flipkart retailer surging in seller bases  


  In its bid to reach more and more shoppers, Flipkart com., which is country’s largest e-commerce firm, has decided to diversify by launching newcategories under its marketplace business and will accelerate the pace of adding more merchants thereby taking ...

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Britannia for JVs boosting dairy retail biz


  In its quest to inject the desired push to its dairy business, Britannia Industries is currently looking for strategic alliance partners both in domestic circle and international arena. The company is currently in the process of rolling out a ...

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Wagh Bakri tea retailer eyes tier-II towns


  In an attempt to achieve the laid down targets, Gujarat based Wagh Bakri tea retailer has decided to scale up its tea retailing lounges operations in tier-II cities offering its six-year-old tea retail format. After having launched its second ...

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