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Zivame to increase its stores count to 100 by 2019

Zivame, the Indian lingerie brand is planning to open more stores by the end of next fiscal year with a budget allocation of around Rs. 40 crores for its plan. It has the target to open offline stores from current 26 to 100 by the end of FY 2019. Zivame is also planning to operate on e-commerce platform in order to revitalise its declining retail business. The intimate wear brand…
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First Ever Retail Summit to happen on 23rd March

India's first ever New Retail Summit, curated by DLF Shopping Malls in collaboration with PHD Chambers will start on 23 March, 2018 at the The Grand, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. The event aims to bring together thought leaders who share a common interest in building a futuristic format for retail industry with conversations centered around the future of retail ecosystem. DLF Shopping malls, along with our partners PHD Chambers and…
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W launches its new eco-friendly Khadi collection

The Indian apparel brand ‘W’, the leading fashion shopping destination for women has launched a new line of Harit Khadi products. It is launched by TCNS Clothing Co. Ltd. in association with Solar Charkha Mission or Bhartiya Harit Khadi Gramodaya Sansthan. W has unveiled its latest collection which is eco-friendly and has been made using solar power empowered charkhas and looms. The assortment has been made using breathable fabrics with…
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Zara comes up with new Business Strategy to boost Sales

Zara made a move with an aim to woo the price-conscious Indian consumers and help brand to counter-attack the aggressive expansion plans of Swedish fashion rival H&M in India. To beat its arch-rivals in the fashion retail business, Spanish fast-fashion brand Zara has decided to slash the entry-level prices of its products in India by more than 50 per cent. The current price range of the clothes from Rs. 799…
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Pepe Jeans has announced its first Indian Brand Ambassador

Pepe Jeans India has signed Sidharth Malhotra as the first ever Indian brand ambassador of its brand.  With his unique style, confidence and personality, the brand feels that it makes him the perfect advocate for Pepe Jeans's newest Spring Summer 18 campaign #MadeToCreate. Pepe Jeans' artists and customers were born or made to create in their own right, so the collection talks to them. The collection inspires everyone to experiment…
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Shoppers Stop is revamping to retain its position

Facing tough competition from e-commerce platforms like Flipkart and Amazon, India-based retailer Shoppers Stop noted a decline of per cent in its revenue from Rs. crores during the second quarter of 2016 last year to Rs. crores in the same quarter of the current financial year. To retain its position in the retail business, Shoppers Stop has appointed Rajiv Suri as its new chief executive officer (CEO). The appointment has…
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