• Big Bazar vs Spencers
    | |Headquarters |Mumbai, Maharashtra, India | |Products |Department store | |Revenue |Rs 6000 crores (in 2011) (Big Bazaar and Food Bazaar...
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  • Biography on Mr. Kishore Biyani
    the company’s foray into organised retail with the opening up of the Pantaloons family store in 1997. This was followed in 2001 with the launch of Big Bazaar, a uniquely Indian hypermarket format that democratized shopping in India. It blends the look, touch and feel of Indian bazaars with aspects...
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  • pantaloon essay
    stores in India in the early 2000s. The case then examines the reasons for PRIL's entry into discount store and food store businesses through Big Bazaars and Food Bazaars and discusses in detail the strategies and marketing efforts put in place by PRIL to promote these formats. Recent trends in the...
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  • General Management
    prefer to do thinking around here.” ─ Kishore Biyani, CEO & MD, Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd. Kishore Biyani (Biyani), CEO& MD of Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd., planned to have 30 Food Bazaar outlets, 22 outlets in Big Bazaar, 21 Pantaloons outlets, and four seamless malls under the Central logo...
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    prefer to do thinking around here.” ─ Kishore Biyani, CEO & MD, Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd. Kishore Biyani (Biyani), CEO& MD of Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd., planned to have 30 Food Bazaar outlets, 22 outlets in Big Bazaar, 21 Pantaloons outlets, and four seamless malls under the Central logo...
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  • Cpp8
    Group, which also owns the Central Hypermarket, Brand Factory, Pantaloons, eZONE, HomeTown, KB's Fair Price to name a few and is owned through a wholly owned subsidiary of Pantaloon Retail India Limited (BSE: 523574 523574), that is listed on Indian stock exchanges. History Big Bazaar was...
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  • Organised Retail
    bazaar 75 126 11,111 DELHI Ebony+Wordsworth 10 109 8,462 Wills Sport 29 38 6,333 Sabka bazaar 5 16 8,000 CHENNAI LifeStyle 3 76 6,522 Subhiksha 112 201 16,000 Jainsons 17 57 6,588 Food world 275 363 10,286 OTHERS Big Bazaar 3 67 12,500 Dev’s Super market 1 14 14,000 Adani Ravji 6 16...
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  • Organization Study of Big Bazaar
    others. 3.4 HISTORY OF BIGBAZAAR The worldwide country chain, Big Bazaar, is formed by CEO of future Group, Mr. Kishore Biyani. The group do not promises more than what it delivers. Their basic attraction associated with reasonable prices is their Unique Selling Price. Though, the...
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  • Research on Future Group
    calling it the ‘Maha Savings Day’. Shoppers at all Big Bazaar and Food Bazaar outlets across the country were offered products at price never heard before in the history of shopping. 11. The offers were spread across categories from electronics to utensils, from apparel to furniture and food. This...
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  • Managemet Mba Doc.
    MARKET | | | 1.4 GROWTH OF THE RETAIL INDUSTRY | | 2 | HISTORY OF BIG BAZAAR | | | 2.1 MILE STONE | | | 2.2 ABOUT THE MAJOR COMPANY IN RETAIL INDUSTRY | | 3 | PRODUCT PROFILE | | | PART-2: PRIMARY STUDY | | 4 | INTRODUCTION OF THE STUDY | | | 4.1 LITERATURE...
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  • Futuer Group
    Factory, Pantaloons, eZONE, HomeTown, futurebazaar.com, and KB's Fair Price, apart from Big Bazaar Future Group, Ahmadabad Page 35 History 2001 to 2010 Big Bazaar was introduced by the Future Group in September 2001 with the opening of its first four stores in Kolkata, Indore, Bengaluru...
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  • short news
     History of the Magazines Beginnings of print magazines First publication, which could be called a magazine, was the German Erbauliche Monaths Unterredungen, released in the year 1663. It was a literary and philosophical edition and after it was launched several periodicals...
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  • Thesis
    A New Era of macro marketing orientation in the 20th century. Macromarketing Macromarketing addresses big/important issues at the nexus of marketing and society.  In a more interconnected world of markets, marketers, and their stakeholders, macromarketing is an important mechanism to study both...
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  • Mktng2
    :- Family basic needs which are needed on day to day life under one roof. E.g. Food, grains etc. HYPER STORE:- Family needs which needed. E.g. Fridge, air-conditioner, Sanket sales India. META STORE:- The market which serves the multiple needed. E.g. BIG BAZAAR...
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  • Books to Read
    the Last 13,000 Years- Diamond, Jared 51. Outliers: The Sotry of Success / Gladwell 52. Reinventing the Bazaar: A Natural 53. The Roaring Nineties: A New History of TheWorld's Most Prosperous Decade / StiglitzJoseph E. 54. Selling China: Foreign Direct Investment During the...
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  • Biography of Kishore Biyani
    and incubation cell. Kishore is the co-author of the book "It happened in India". It is the story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central, and the Great Indian Consumer, co-authored with Dipayan Baishya. The book has sold some 100,000 copies, more than any other business book published in India so far...
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  • The Evolution of the Mba
    . These are included for the interested student. I highly recommend them for a fuller perspective on the topic. Topic 1: Basic Frameworks and Toolkits Topic 1a. Adoption and Evolution Required reading: Geoffrey Moore. Chapters 1 and 2, High Tech Marketing Illusion, High Tech marketing...
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  • Cour
    “pleasures and sensations” (the 3rd circle of Castarède) ? * Check “5 fundamental values of luxury”: * Start with the most important one “The Dream” * Look at the history of the brand as it is closely related to the “Dream Notion”, the added value. This part will provide supplementary...
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  • Student
    Big Bazaar, Food Bazaar Limitations ➢ The sales person is busy in our routine work so they refuse to give information. ➢ Most of the sales person is not give the information to the customers want and needs. ➢ Some store information is confidential. ➢ For Example...
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  • Angel
    the most picturesque in the bazaar. The backwardness of their extracting oil presents an unforgetable scene. II .   1)little donkeys went in and out among the people and from one side to another   2)Then as you pass through a big crowd to go deeper into the market, the noise of the entrance...
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