Consumer Markets April 2009
by Indicus Analytics Private Limited on Apr 21, 2009
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From around India ...
From around India
Amway India to improve customer access
With an aim to achieve the sales turn over of Rs. 2,500 crore by the calendar year 2010, Amway India Enterprises Pvt Ltd, a major direct selling FMCG Company in the country, has determined to focus on improving the customer access across the country.
PS2 is past, Xbox 360 is present and future: Microsoft India ...
Interview with Jaspreet Bindra, Regional Director, Microsoft E&D: India has a great potential in the gaming space and Xbox 360 is leading from the front in establishing gaming as a firm pillar of entertainment. We are available at leading retail stores in India. In addition to providing consumers ...
Acer plans retail push
Buoyed by its success in the netbook category and marketshare gains in consumer pcs, Acer India is planning an aggressive retail push in 2009. ...
Rural India offers scope for FMCG, retail and auto companies: Assocham
Demand from rural India is becoming increasingly attractive for manufacturers of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), automobile and organized retail businesses despite the severe downturn in the global economy and its spillover effects on India's growth story, according to a study paper of the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
Malibu Wines Poised to Launch Indian Label
In the next four months, “my plan is to introduce a third label, an Indian label, whose name will soon be disclosed,” Ravi Achar, who is in partnership with Ron Semler of Malibu Family Wines Vineyard, told India-West. LG to launch LCD monitors
Korean electronics major LG Electronics on Friday said it will launch a range of LCD monitors, which can double up as television sets, by the end of this month, priced between Rs 12,990 and Rs 17,990.
Samsung Launches Pick-up Warranty Service for Notebooks
Samsung India has decided to offer pick-up warranty services. “We have introduced a unique pick-up warranty service for our mobile PCs. This, we believe, will be a strong USP in India where consumer notebooks mostly come with carry-in warranties. We have rolled out the door-delivered pick-up service in eight cities and will gradually take it to other places,” said Ranjit Singh Yadav, Director, IT, Samsung India.
Demand curve: Indicus-Mint Series
Suburbs have come to be independent economic entities
These sibling locations include communities that may be large such as Navi Mumbai or small such as Salt Lake or spontaneously arisen such as large tracts of Ghaziabad, with good urban planning such as Noida or without quality infrastructure such as Gurgaon
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