• Business in India
    . Indian retail industry is ranked among the ten largest retail markets in the world. The attitudinal shift of the Indian consumer in terms of "Choice Preference", "Value for Money" and the emergence of organised retail formats have transformed the face of retailing in India. Current scenario...
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  • Fdi in Retail Sector
    are beyond the competitive capacity of the small venders. Multi National Companies (MNC)s could generate meager employment opportunities that is to for selected professional people. Farmers would be affected due to monopolization of the MNCs, competition, loss of entrepreneurial opportunities...
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  • Stress
    economy, retailing continues to be the least evolved industries and the growth of organised retailing in India has been much slower as compared to rest of the world. Undoubtedly, this dismal situation of the retail sector, despite the on-going wave of incessant liberalization and globalization stems...
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  • Rtar
    , which should be immediately addressed since other ice cream brands have started eyeing the modern retail format. 9 Chapter: Customer Analysis Baskin Robbins - A Brand Analysis September 2009 4 Communication Strategy Baskin Robbins is a youthful, dynamic brand and they are open to...
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  • Organised Retail
    also saves time. Consumer durables is still in fragmented state. However large format stores are appealing to people. In the south, organized retail has a strong foothold. Vijay Sales and Akbarallys are the main players in Mumbai. A new trend has been sale of BigBazaar. Shoppers Stop too has added...
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  • Consumer Behavior
    neighborhood ‘Kirana’ stores catering to the convenience of the consumers. It was the era of government support for rural retail: Indigenous franchise model of store chains run by Khadi & Village Industries Commission. Textiles sector companies like Bombay Dyeing, Raymond's, S Kumar's and Grasim first saw the...
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  • Research
    and Parul Bhatia An Empirical Study on Factors Affecting Consumer Preferences of Shopping at Organised Retail Stores in Punjab K C Mittal, Mahesh Arora and Anupama Prashar A Study on the Assessment of Marketing Feasibility to Locate An Organised Retail Store at A Targeted Place R. Kasilingam and S...
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  • Sypply Chain Issues
    -distribution system for each of the produces taking into account the constraints on power infrastructure and water and identifying the possible MNCs that can play role will be a challenging task. The formats of small packages combined with “buy before you eat” variety will reduce the load on cold chain and...
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  • Fdi in Automobile Sector in India
    (Source: www.global-rates.com) Chart: 2 - India’s long term interest rate chart St Joseph‟s College Of Commerce Page 32 A study on the foreign direct investment in India with reference to retail sector Comments To raise capital in a foreign country interest rates plays a vital role...
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  • Fdi in India
    . * Tax regime - MNCs are subject to tax in both the parent as well as host country. The host country which attempts to reduce this double taxation of MNCs will attract more FDI. * Labour market conditions - The educational levels of the labour as well as the wage rates also play a major role in...
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  • Retail Project
    Bombay Dyeing, Raymond's, S Kumar's and Grasim first saw the emergence of retail chains • Later Titan successfully created an organized retailing concept and established a series of showrooms for its premium watches • The latter half of the 1990s saw a fresh wave of entrants with a shift...
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  • Uncovering Competitive and Institutional Drivers of Hrm Practices
    methods, ways of working and reporting hierarchies, but without prescribing the format of these activities. In summary, at the global level, the dominant drivers of similarity amongst MNC HRM practices appear to be ICT from the product/market/technology dimension of the CBHRT, and the role of the...
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  • Indian Footwear Industry
    shopping standards abroad have made Indian consumers demand the same formats and experience here. Responding to this challenge, major domestic players like Bata and Liberty have significantly transformed their retail formats to become more lifestyle- oriented and are positioning themselves as vibrant and...
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  • Footwear
    , Oakridge, Royal Elastic, Sketchers, Teenage, Teva, Timberland and Vans. Fashionable brands like Stryde and Red Tape and MNC brands like Allen Cooper, Franco Leone, Gaitonde, Gucci, Guess, Lee Cooper, are further developing the market by creating new segments. Retail Formats Company owned exclusive...
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  • Project Report on Vishal Retail Pvt. Ltd.
    is authentic and not being submitted by any other student previously. DATE: (Prof. S. SANJAY KUMAR) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The project is about business development strategy of Vishal retail in near future as a part of expansion plan being adopted by the company. The company is targeting at...
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  • Retail
    Marketing..................................................................... 29  Skill requirements unique to different segments and formats in Organised Retail ............... 31  Current Training/Education Infrastructure ............................................................................ 37...
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  • Organized Retail in Rural India
    Executive Summary The retail sector in India is witnessing a huge change in its retail industry as traditional markets make way for new formats such as departmental stores, hypermarkets, supermarkets and specialty stores. In this project an attempt has being made to understand the current scenario...
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  • Impact of Fdi in Indian Retail Sector
    into organised and unorganised sectors. Organised retailing refers to trading activities undertaken by licensed retailers, that is, those who are registered for sales tax, income tax, etc. These include the corporate-backed hypermarkets and retail chains, and also the privately...
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  • sesnsex
    owned large retail businesses. Unorganized retailing, on the other hand, refers to the traditional formats of low-cost retailing, for example, the local kirana shops, owner manned general stores, convenience stores, hand cart and pavement vendors, etc. Most Indian shopping takes place in open...
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  • Engr
    their products and marketing strategy nation wise. This paper follows the theory of natural culture having effect on marketing strategy of the firm. Retail marketing strategies has a vital role in revenue generation and the strategies can mean success or failure for the company. Hence there is a...
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