With a major change in e-commerce policies in India, news have reportedly been whopping in that there is an antitrust watchdog assessing the e-commerce sector of India, to understand their evolution and implications they might pose in…
Entire Indian ecommerce industry has divided into two groups over the new ecommerce policy, announced by the Govt. On one side is Flipkart and Amazon, both owned by Americans, having pumped in billions of dollars into their Indian…
Xiaomi is right now #1 smartphone player in India, and they have already captured 50% of the online smartphone market. But now, Xiaomi’s focus is offline retail, and for that, they are determined to make a dent.
Patanjali, which had surpassed traditional brands in TV advertising spending in 2016, has now decided to massively push for online sales, via multiple mediums. The news is coming out that some high-level partnership is being currently…
A Redseer report has revealed that Flipkart has edged past Amazon in terms of trust based ranking; while Shopclues has nosedived in the same metrics.
Flipkart and Amazon benefitted from the festive period, which offered much bigger volume of orders, and both fared well across sectors, during the season.
Paytm Mall claim to have captured a 20% market share in this year's festive sales. These numbers don't add up in light of Flipkart & Amazon's sales figures.
As per the research by SEMRush and Razorpay, it has been found that during and before Diwali, average amount of online shopping doubles to 91%.
Flipkart has declared their massive victory over Amazon in terms of sales volume; and some reports have emerged which actually supports Flipkart’s claims.
The Confederation of All India Traders or CAIT, have lodged a strong protest against e-commerce portals for their discount offers.