B2B eCommerce could be the next Big thing in India?

On a global level the B2B ecommerce was expected to reach $1.7 trillion by the year 2015, over riding the B2B segment all around the world. And the Ecumen reports also suggest that that the business to business segment of India is on an anticipatory growth of two and a half times reaching a whopping…

Third Party Logistics becoming the linchpin of Ecommerce growth

Logistics which was traditionally considered as the procurement, maintenance, and transportation of military equipment and personnel has now evolved as the backbone of business entities. Logistics being extensive and exhaustive in nature require adept knowledge and management, has paved way for third party logistics in Logistics industry in past times. With the speedy growth of…

Festive season brings roaring sales to Flipkart, Amazon, and Snapdeal

This festive season when customers are overloaded with discounts by various e-commerce portals, the top ecommerce companies in India Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal have pinnacled their sales as compared to their past sales from the very start of the festival. Indian online retailers are having high expectation from this sale season and are hoping to…

Amazon India Eyeing on Digial Rights for IPL

On 18th Sep 2016, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights, and along with many biggies across broadcast and digital platforms, Amazon which is an American e-commerce and cloud computing company, is also inquisitive. Amazon has proposed for the digital…

Reflete.in, mixing imagination and technology to create a new language for design

Fights of imagination, a galaxy of stars, punk street style, musical notes that float around…or a sepia building framed forever in vintage chic…..Reflete has it all and more. Taking THE digital print story across apparel, shoes, knick knacks and home accessories, Reflete brings a new fashion lexicon, mixing imagination and technology to create a new…

Flipkart becomes the bell ringer with 100 million registered users

In quarter one Nielsen’s E-commerce sellers study of the present year may have anticipated the brand recall value of Amazon at 25%, Flipkart at 21% and snapdeal at 20% but still Flipkart has been successful to bag 100 million registered users in India and become the first e-tailer firm to reach the milestone in a…