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The steady rise in the disposable income and proliferation of internet across the country happen to be the primary market drivers for e-Commerce businesses in India. It is anticipated that the tier II ...

The steady rise in the disposable income and proliferation of internet across the country happen to be the primary market drivers for e-Commerce businesses in India. It is anticipated that the tier II & III cities will contribute the most in shaping up the demand curve in the ensuing years. A thorough research on the market shows brimming opportunities for vendors from the mobile internet and social media space.

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    • RCReports Cornere-Commerce Market in India 2013
    • DescriptionDescriptionReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThe steady rise in the disposable income and proliferation ofinternet across the country happen to be the primary marketdrivers for e-Commerce businesses in India. It is anticipated thatthe tier II & III cities will contribute the most in shaping up thedemand curve in the ensuing years. A thorough research on themarket shows brimming opportunities for vendors from themobile internet and social media space.
    • Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThe steady rise in the disposable income and proliferation ofinternet across the country happen to be the primary marketdrivers for e-Commerce businesses in India. It is anticipated thatthe tier II & III cities will contribute the most in shaping up thedemand curve in the ensuing years. A thorough research on themarket shows brimming opportunities for vendors from themobile internet and social media space.The Indian e-Commerce market primarily comprises of five majorsegments i.e. online travel, retail, financial services, digitaldownloads and ‘other services’, wherein the online travel andretail segments dominate the overall pie with a cumulative shareof more than 85%. Of all, online retail happens to be the fastestgrowing segment in the Indian market.Competition in the market is severe and low consumer loyaltyprevailing in the market furthers the competition by manifolds.
    • Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comRevamped business strategies, consolidations and innovation inproducts/service delivery model have become the most eminenttrends in the market.An Analysis of the basic causes which actually boost the marketin favor of the players, has highlighted the major market boostersin the likes of increased disposable income, increasing internetpenetration & PC user base and ease of transaction. On the otherhand, issues hindering the profitability of players include the highcost of online advertising, losses incurred in providing Cash-on-Delivery (COD) services to end consumers and operational coststack-ups. These practical challenges have taken a heavy toll onthe vendors operating in the market, especially in the online retailsegment. However, nullifying these challenges is not an easy wayfor the players and hence business models are constantly beingtweaked and revamped in order to squeeze in maximumprofitability.
    • Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comIndian e-Commerce market is currently brimming withopportunities and vendors are poised to reap substantial benefitsfrom the same. The exponential growth in the usage of mobileinternet can be effectively utilized by vendors to gain a deepermarket reach. Further, mobile internet can also be beneficial foran effective and efficient marketing medium which paves way fora better customer acquisition and retention process. Additionally,the massive user base of social networking websites havebecome the biggest database for vendors to scout for prospectivecustomers. Advanced analytical tools and applications have madethe job easier for vendors in India.Competition in the market is seen to be highly stiff and factorssuch as low brand loyalty, price sensitivity and affinity towardsdiscounted offers & services amongst consumers makes thecompetition even severe.
    • Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comUnder demand generation, the possible demand scenario forelectric vehicles, projected demand for electric vehicles in 2020based on various technologies and types of electric vehicles,government incentives for each type of electric vehicle segmentand the method of channelizing the demand incentives have beenmentioned. This is followed by the introduction of the researchand development of electric vehicles along with the comparison ofglobal R&D scenario with the Indian market. The report alsomentions the strategies to build R&D capability, depicts therequired framework for implementing the electric vehicle R&Dprogram, identifies the high priority R&D area for electric vehicleand tabulates the total R&D expenditure for each type of electricvehicle segment across different R&D areas.Advanced analytical tools and applications are being constantlysought after by players in order to create a better scope in themarket.
    • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comSlide 1: Executive SummaryMacro Economic IndicatorsSlide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Aug2012-Jan 2013)Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Sep 2011 - Feb 2012), Exchange Rate: Monthly (Sep 2012- Feb 2013)Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12), Trade Balance: Annual (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13), FDI Annual (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13)IntroductionSlide 5: e-Commerce Market ScopeSlide 6: Illustration – e-Commerce System Work ModelSlide 7: Illustration – Transaction Flow within an e-Commerce SystemMarket Overview
    • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comSlide 8: e-Commerce India Overview, e-Commerce Market Size & Growth (2012-2017e) and e-CommerceMarket Split (2012)Slide 9: e-Commerce Market India – Online Travel Snapshot, Benefits for Players, Market Size & Growth(2012) and Major Online Travel Website’s Reach (Last 3 Months)Slide 10-13: e-Commerce Market India – Online Retail Snapshot, Fastest Growing Categories, Market Size& Growth (2012), Major Online Retail Website’s Reach (Last 3 Months), Online Retail Demand in India(Region Wise), Major Retail Hubs (Cities) in India, Popular Products Sold in India (Urban) in 2012, MajorRural Hubs (States) in India and Popular Products Sold in India (Rural) in 2012Slide 14: e-Commerce Market India – Online Financial Snapshot, Major Online Financial Services, MarketSize & Growth (2012) and Focus of Online Financial ServicesSlide 15: e-Commerce Market India – Online Other Services Snapshot, Major Drivers, Market Size &Growth (2012) and Segment Split (2012)Slide 16: e-Commerce Market India – Online Digital Downloads Snapshot, Drivers, Market Size & Growth(2012) and Popular SegmentsSlide 17: Demand and Supply Perspective (e-Commerce Vendors and Users)e-Commerce TechnologySlide 18: e-Commerce Website DesignSlide 19: e-Commerce Website Development Phase
    • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comMarket BoostersSlide 20: Market Boosters – SummarySlide 21: Increased Spending Power, Total no. of Household (mn) (2005, 2015e, 2025e) and AggregateAnnual Disposable Income (2005, 2015e, 2025e)Slide 22-23: Increasing Internet Penetration and PC Users, Desktop, Notebooks & Netbooks Sales (2009-10, 2010-11), Total Internet Subscribers (2011 – 2015e), Number of Broadband Subscribers (2010 – 2015e),Internet Users Growth – BRIC Nations (July 2011 and July 2012) and Comparison of India’s InternetScenario with the Global Scenario (2011)Slide 24-25: Ease of Transaction, Credit & Debit Card Transactions – Volume (FY 2007 – FY 2011) andCredit & Debit Card Transactions – Value (FY 2007 – FY 2011) and Some Major Benefits e-CommerceIssues Hindering Profitability of PlayersSlide 26: Market Challenges – SummarySlide 27: Online Advertising ExpensesSlide 28: Losses Incurred for COD, Transaction Split (2012) and COD Expenses – e-Commerce VendorsIndiaSlide 29: Cost Stack-ups
    • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comTrendsSlide 30: Trends – SummarySlide 31-33: Changes in Business ModelsSlide 34: Refreshed StrategiesCompetitive LandscapeSlide 35: Illustration – Example of e-Commerce EcosystemSlide 36: Porter’s Five Forces AnalysisSlide 37-39: Competitive BenchmarkingSlide 40: Major Public Players – SummarySlide 41-68: Major Public PlayersSlide 69: Major Private Companies – SummarySlide 70-132: Major Private Players
    • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comConsumer InsightsSlide 133-139: Consumer Survey ResponsesMarket OpportunitySlide 140: Opportunity SummarySlide 141-151: Market OpportunityStrategic RecommendationSlide 152-157: Strategic RecommendationsAppendixSlide 158-159: AppendixSlide 160: Sources of Information
    • For more informationFor more informationReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comFor more information please visit our websitehttps://www.reportscorner.com/reports/15374/e-Commerce-Market-in-India-2013/
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