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Online portals can’t wipe them out.
Growth hacking is a fancy term which exploded in the last five years among marketers, SAAS (software as a service) companies, and tech entrepreneurs. While the word growth hacking may seem esoteric, i...
CTO Rajiv Mangla sheds light on revamp efforts.
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Indian e-commerce sales haven't been growing as fast as expected
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A curious take on the deal
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Online jewellery market in India is expected to hit USD 3.6 billion in the next three years, that is roughly 20 per cent of the global market size estimated at USD 18 billion, mainly on the back of e-...
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Amazon Inc. Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said on Tuesday the company would invest an additional $3 billion in India, boosting its committed investment in the country to over $5 billion. Bezos told an ev...
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On 23 June 2016, Britons will vote on whether the country should exit the 28-member European Union (EU). If Britain does indeed decide to exit (Brexit), there will be political, social, and economic implications, for both the EU and the UK. The e-commerce sector, too, will not escape unscathed.
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HYDERABAD -- Two students were arrested for allegedly cheating e-commerce retailers, Amazon and Flipkart, by ordering electronic gadgets and replacing them with sand and returning parcels here, police...
Freecharge, India's top digital wallet, has launched 'Chat and Pay' -- a service that allows friends pay each other from the app with the simple touch of a button. Apart from easy peer-to-peer transfe...
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One of the downsides of shopping online is making sure you’re available to receive your deliveries. Some offices are sniffy about your new frying pan or thermal underwear landing up in the reception a...
Experts have pinned India as one of the fastest growing e-commerce markets. With the ever-increasing penetration of smartphones, the e-commerce world, according to a KPMG report, is set to touch $100 billion by 2020. Keeping this vision in mind many investment companies have parked billions at sky-high valuations. But the real question is, are these valuations justified? Let's take an example.
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Amazon has launched local delivery service Amazon Now in Bengaluru. The Amazon Now app is live on Google Play Store. Amazon is also launching express delivery option where the goods will be delivered...
Today, there is a virtual war going on between hundreds and thousands of e-commerce stores that are fighting to attract more customers, sales and subsequently profits. However, many of these businesses fail to build their most important weapon - customer satisfaction and loyalty.