WITH A PROJECTED ANNUAL TURNOVER OF RS 240 CRORE AND ANNUAL WALK-IN OF OVER THREE MILLION CUSTOMERS, PLANET FASHION IS NEVER OUT OF FASHION. IT HAS A VERSATILE RETAIL CONCEPT THAT CAN ADAPT WELL IN ANY TOWN AND MARKET. IT IS AN EXCITING BUSINESS PROPOSAL
WEALTH CREATION IS NO MORE RESTRICTED TO METROS. LEADING FASHION BRANDS HAVE DEVELOPED A LIKING FOR TIER II AND III CITIES OF INDIA. BUT WHAT IS IT THAT HAS CAUGHT THE FANCY OF RETAILERS, WHO, TILL NOW, HAD RESTRICTED THEMSELVES TO METROS?
The accessories market is growing. Where? In tier II and III cities. It's not that only people living in metros want better lifestyle and products, most small towns have an equally evolved consuming audience. The only difference is that till now, marketer
The kids wear market is expected to touch Rs 58K crore by 2014 driven by huge demand from brand conscious children, according to retail consultancy firm Technopak Advisors. With metros facing high rentals, tier II, III cities are the next target.
Men's apparel market in India is way ahead of women and kids wear, breaking the myth and general perception that women rules the fashion world. It has emerged bigger and stronger with every passing year. After making a mark in metros, brands are now turni
Everyone thinks that fashion industry is by and large reigned by women's wear but in reality, it is still crawling towards maturity. After catapulting the growth trajectory in metros, it's now the turn of small cities and towns to grab the women shopper's
Factory outlets, the mere mention pops up an image of a giant store stocking either discontinued products, irregular products or products whose orders were cancelled. The main objective of any factory outlet was basically to sell all the unsold products a
Become a successful entrepreneur from the comfort of your home without investing a penny on outlets or a store. Direct selling provides a good opportunity to investors, especially women, who are keen on working from home.
What charms the Indian brands to move towards Gulf. Is it only about expansion or more about sharing similar business sensibilities? Also, what drives the demand for Indian brands in the Middle East? Let’s find out.
As per the Franchise Employment Report-2011, franchise industry converts informal jobs into formal ones, transforming the unorganised business into an organised one. Here are some snippets from the report, which provides interesting employment statistics.
Shilpa Shetty and franchising? Yes, the actor-turned-entrepreneur is now all set to expand her chain of medi-spas across India. She dreamt of being an entrepreneur much before she became an actress. “This dream of having my own beauty parlour is something
Over 60 years is a long time for any brand to survive and succeed. Tupperware has not only done that but also carved such a name for itself, which is hard to erase. In an interaction with Abha Garyali, Asha Gupta, Managing Director, Tupperware India, shar
India is one of the largest markets for education in terms of number of students. Of this, informal and supplementary education has the lion's share. And about the business potential, there will be 270 million students by 2020, requiring schools, teachers