• Indian Retail Industry
    research 4 Deloitte research 3 3. Spencers Mart 4. More 5. Nilgiri's The organized retail sector is found to be only 5%, which shows a huge potential in retail sector and estimated to increase to 9% by 2015. Figure : 1.1 Organized retail has huge scope of expansion Unorganized retail...
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  • Marketing
    2010 A Research on ―Purchase Pattern of consumers for Consumer Durables along with Preference towards Organized & Unorganized Retail Formats” In Partial fulfillment of MBA Program of Gujarat University (Batch: 2008-2010) Submited By Priyam Mehta (08059) Umesh Lukhi (08052) Submitted To...
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  • Big Bazar Price Control on Customer Demand
    availability of product ? Examine the strategy you will adopt in retail chain business (Big Bazaar). Answer: As a retail manager in Big Bazar we need to understand the organized retail and how we operate in India along with the SWOT analysis, Then I will look for the Price mix and factors related to this...
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  • Relationship Marketing Approach and Strategiesin Retailing
    Jersey (Big Bear). In India the retail market is as old as in the global context. However, the concept organized retailing is comparatively new. Retailing has been one of the prominent driving forces in business in India. Traditionally it has been dominated to a large extent by the unorganized...
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  • Customers Perference of Organised and Unorganised Stores
    unorganized retail outlet. Ho: There is no significant difference between visiting frequency of customers in organized and unorganized retail outlet H1: There is significant difference between visiting frequency of customers in organized and unorganized retail outlet |Type of retail...
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  • Reail Opportunities in India
    competitive advantage by forcing firms to cut costs, improve quality and innovate (Grant, 1991). The Indian retail industry, with approximately 15 million outlets, is a distinctive mix of organized and unorganized retailing (Halepete and Iyer, 2008). Of these outlets, 12 million stores are located in the...
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  • Indian Retail
    Tarannum M Sarwar October 11, 2006 1. An Overview of the Retail sector: The Indian retail sector is highly fragmented with 97% of its business being run by the unorganized retailers like the traditional family run stores and corner stores. The organized retail however is at a very nascent stage...
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  • Organised vs Unorganised
    . ft. of new retail space in the market within next 24 months. Present Indian Scenario • Unorganized market: Rs. 583,000 crores • Organized market: Rs.5, 000 crores • 5X growth in organized retailing between 2000-2005 • Over 4,000 new modern retail outlets in the last 3 years • Over 5,000,000...
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  • FDI in India Analysys
    region, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. Besides, between 2010 and 2012, the organized retail real estate stock will grow from the existing 41 million sq.ft.to 95 million sq.ft. Employment Status in India: Indian Unemployment Rate averaged 7.57 Percent from 1983 until 2012...
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  • Namkeens.Doc
    report, released on Monday at Foodpro 2003, the exposition organized in Chennai by the Confederation of Indian Industry, has identified emergence of an organized retail sector, value additions and convenience driven by consumers, India's growing acceptance as souring hub and continued deregulation...
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  • Projects
    retail sectors will allow Wal-Mart to become successful. Currently the organized retailing is only 2% of India’s total trade leaving 98% unorganized. The 98% is made up of small to medium privately/ family owned businesses (Bose, 2009). With the company’s financial backing, they will have the ability to...
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  • Itc Bingo
    percent. There are few organized players in the market and a large untapped unorganized market. Hence, it provides a glaring opportunity to grow and thrive in such an environment. Eyeing this opportunity, ITC launched ‘BINGO’ in the potato chips market. With extensive research behind it and with an...
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  • Fdi in Retail
    segment wise & its growth prospects? * - Opportunities for fdi in Retail Marketing. * Challenges for retail in India. The retail industry is divided into organized and unorganized sectors. [pic...
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  • “Making Others Learn How to Market Their Business”
    transactions at unorganized retail shops are done with cash, with all sales being final. Between 2000 to 2010, consumers in select Indian cities have gradually begun to experience the quality, choice, convenience and benefits of organized retail industry. Indian unorganized retail sector & its...
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  • Retailers Attitude Towards Britannia Biscuits
    is unorganized segment. As far as India is concerned this organized segment contributes only to 3% of the retail trade and the unorganized segment contributes to remaining 97% of the retail trade. Because all these days people have been purchasing only from the street vendors and from the local...
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  • Retail Industry
    phenomenon. It is a zero-sum game between 2 players:- a) Organized sector & b) Unorganized sector India’s retail is dominated by a large number of small retailers consisting of the local kirana shops, owner manned general stores, chemists, footwear shops, apparel shops, paan & beedi. shops, hand...
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  • Retail Industry
    players entering the market. The India Retail Industry is gradually inching its way towards becoming the next boom industry Indian retail industry is the fifth largest in the world. Comprising of organized and unorganized sectors.Though initially, the retail industry in India was mostly...
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  • Study of Operations at Retail Industry
    entering the market. The presence of 15million kirana stores brings into light the very fact that the Indian retail industry is highly fragmented/ unorganized. Retailing in India is gradually inching its way toward becoming the next boom industry, organized retailing in particular. The whole concept of...
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  • Retail Outlet
    marketing. Key words: - Retail differentiation, FMCG, logistic and supply change management, merchandising mix, private label brand, and visual communication. Introduction Organized retailing in India is still at evolving stage and accounts for only 5 % of the total market. The unorganized...
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  • “Study of Consumer’s Preferences Towards Organized Retailing from Unorganized Retailing"
    , etc. Organised retailing was absent in most rural and small towns of India in 2010. Supermarkets and similar organized retail accounted for just 4% of the market. Unorganized retailing in India: In India, the most of the retail sector is unorganized. In India, the retail business contributes...
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