Today, India Is The Second-Largest Footwear Producer In The World. With The Increasing Disposable Income And Inevitable Gripping Trends For Branded Shoes, The Footwear Industry Has Opened Gateways For Potential Franchisees To Earn Higher Profits. Read O
PUMA, brand that produces sportswear, athletic and casual footwear has entered in Indian market in 2006 and within three years it has shown an exceptional growth. Sanjay Roy, Executive Director Sales, PUMA India speaks about his strategies for franchise st...
In a spree to give the new age tech mantra to the Indian consumer, LeEco has opted for brick and mortar to reach out to the consumer. In a brief interview Atul Jain, COO, LeEco shares about the future of the brand in India.
It was a two days summit where corporate, start-ups, entrepreneurs from the Retail and eRetail space came together to discuss, share and motivate young guns from experience of each other, which will help them to grow their businesses.