According to an estimate of iData Research, the aesthetical and laser treatments being carried out in India should exceed by 5.5 million in 2017, which showcases a promising future of India’s aesthetics industry.
Kaya delivered group sales at Rs3,323 million which is a growth of 14 per cent on overall net profit. The brand works on a marketing calendar based on consumers’ need according to changing seasons as well as the business priorities.
To increase patient volume, one needs to understand the complex challenges and factors that influence footfall and most importantly the evaluation of brand’s impact on consumers. Here are five impactful suggestions from an industry expert.
Dermatologist Dr Kiran Lohia, who is successfully running Lumiere Dermatology clinic in New Delhi and is a consultant dermatologist at Fortis Hospital informed Wellness India about her prediction about aesthetics market growth and her welcoming a...
Look good and feel good being the latest mantra among the upwardly moving urban population, this fragmented segment contains more of standalone clinics and invites more serious players who can give it a shape and vision for future growth.