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  • Reliance & Retail
    • Jerry Jose
  • "Growth has no limit at Reliance. I keep revising my vision. Only when you can dream it, you can do it."                       Dhirubhai H. Ambani Founder Chairman Reliance Group December 28, 1932 - July 6, 2002
  • Foundation
    • The Reliance Group, founded by Dhirubhai H. Ambani (1932-2002),
    • India's largest private sector enterprise
    • Businesses in the energy and materials value chain.
    • Group's annual revenues are in excess of USD 22 billion.
  • Mukesh Ambani
    • Chemical Engineer from the University of Bombay and pursued MBA from Stanford University, USA.
    • Joined Reliance in 1981 and initiated backward integration from textiles into polyester fibers and further into petrochemicals
  • Mukesh Ambani
    • Conferred ' ET Business Leader of the Year ' Award by The Economic Times (India) in the year 2006.
    • Had the distinction and honor of being the co-chair at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2006 in Davos, Switzerland.
    • Ranked 42nd among the ' World's Most Respected Business Leaders ' and second among the four Indian CEOs featured in a survey conducted by Pricewaterhouse Coopers and published in Financial Times, London, November 2004.
  • Mukesh Anbani
    • Conferred the World Communication Award for the 'Most Influential Person in Telecommunications in 2004' by Total Telecom, October, 2004.
    • Chosen ' Telecom Man of the Year 2004 ' by Voice and Data magazine, September, 2004.
    • Ranked 13th in Asia 's Power 25 list of ' The Most Powerful People in Business' published by Fortune magazine, August, 2004. 30 Growth is Life
  • Mukesh Ambani
    • Conferred the ' Asia Society Leadership Award' by the Asia Society, Washington D.C., USA, May, 2004.
    • Ranked No.1 for the second consecutive year, in The Power List 2004 published by India Today, March, 2004.
  • Men Behind Reliance
    • Anil D Ambani joined Reliance in 1983 as Co-Chief Executive Officer, and was centrally involved in every aspect of the company’s management over the next 22 years.
  • Anil Ambani
    • Credited with a number of path-breaking financial innovations in the Indian capital markets.
    • Spearheaded the country’s first forays into the overseas capital markets with international public offerings of global depositary receipts, convertibles and bonds.
    • 1991, directed Reliance Industries in its efforts to raise over US$ 2 billion.
  • Anil Ambani
    • Steered the 100-year Yankee bond issue for the company in January 1997.
  • Why Reliance in Retail?
    • Currently, selling through company-owned stores currently totals just $8 billion in India. Industry estimates say that the country’s retail industry is worth $300 billion, that is about Rs 13,50,000 crore . This stands a chance to blossom to $427 billion in the next four years. Organised retail accounts for just over Rs 35,000 crore.
  • Reliance Companies in Retail
    • RIL's Retail Project will be through the following companies:
      • Reliance Retail Limited
      • Subsidiary of RILRanger Farms Private Limite
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
      • Retail Concepts and Services Private Limited
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
      • Reliance Retail Insurance Broking Limited
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
      • Reliance Dairy Foods Limited
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
      • Reliance Retail Finance Limited
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
      • RESQ Limited
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
      • Reliance digital Retail Limited
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
      • Reliance Service Solutions Limited
      • Subsidiary of Reliance Retail Limited
  • Reliance World
    • Reliance World (formerly Reliance WebWorld) is a world-class nationwide chain of retail outlets for products and services of the Reliance – Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group.
    • Digital world of information, communication, entertainment and utility services.
    • Connected to Reliance’s countrywide optic fibre network.
  • Reliance world
    • The Broadband Centre
    • With 241 Reliance World outlets across 105 cities in the country.
    • Qwiky's, has 22 outlets, apart from 76 Java Green coffee outlets in the Reliance Web World chain across the country.
  • Reliance communication
    • In July 2003, Reliance Communications joined hands with HDFC Bank to deploy India’s first wireless Point of Sale (POS) for processing credit card transactions.
    • Wireless POS enables banks to significantly expand the number of retail outlets accepting credit cards.
    • Caused expansion of credit cards & ATM retail for banks in smaller towns.
  • Reliance money
    •   “ This is our effort to take financial instruments to rural masses and give them an opportunity to invest in various financial products like mutual funds, stocks and gold coins and secure their lives and other valuables by taking adequate insurance cover.
  • Reliance Money
    • launched services in rural market
    • Reliance Capital announced its tie-up with the Rural Relations, a rural consumer relations organisation.
    • first to deploy Internet-enabled retail kiosks for trading
  • Present
    • The company, at present, has presence in 727 cities and towns across India.
    • 1,000 talukas across five states in the country.
    • The five states have been covered. Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
  • Future
    • 20,000 outlets and 10,000 kiosks across the country by the end of this year.
    • 10,000 outlets in over 5,165 talukas across the country by the end of this fiscal in Rural Area.
    • Extend its presence in Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan.
  • Reliance key Petrol Pumps Dhabbas
    • Food restaurant aimed at anyone and everyone.
    • Charpais, khats, and normal tables.
    • Separate sections for family.
    • Showers for the long distance riders including truck drivers.
  • Reliance key Petrol Pumps Dhabbas
    • Reliance Infocomm tower.
    • Soon Reliance WebWorld
    • Free lunch/dinner to truck drivers getting in more than 100 litters of diesels and other schemes like these.
  • Future Reliance Petrol pumps.
    • Not going straight ahead with expansion of its n/w for distribution, instead going to be export oriented company, to stay away from govt. pump competition.
  • Reliance Retail
    • In talks to buy a stake in north-India based Modern Dairies.
    • agriculture to retail.
    • Not successful to expectations.
  • Reliance Mart
    • Reliance Mart steps up realty deals
    • The hypermarket arm of Reliance Retail
    • Plans to set up mega retail stores.
  • Reliance Mart
    • Inked acquisition deals for over 50 million sq ft via franchise & direct routes.
    • Target of a 100 million sq ft by 2011 to develop its hypermarket business.
    • Reliance Mart’s first hypermarket opened in Ahmedabad on Wednesday 15 th of Agust.
  • Reliance Mart
    • Would cover areas ranging between 1,65,000 to 2,00,000 sq ft.
    • 40 % floor space will be earmarked for garment brands
    • The rest to stock home goods, white goods, footwear and food products.
  • Reliance mart
    • a range of over 95,000 products
    • categories fresh produce, food and grocery, home care products, apparel and accessories, non-food FMCG products, consumer durables and IT, automotive accessories, lifestyle products and footwear.
    • Unique services Tailoring, shoe repair, watch repair, a photo shop, gifting services and laundry services.
  • Reliance mart
    • automotive accessories, fine jewellery and fashion jewellery in a retail format for the first time.
    • The hypermarket also launched a host of Reliance's in-house brands
    • EDLP (every day low price) basis at prices 15-20% lower than market prices. 
  • Reliance Mart
    • house a health and wellness store providing pharmaceutical drugs and other wellness products.
    • Reliance Mart will also sell as a part of its Lifestyle section.
    • cafeteria providing quality food and beverages, an ATM machine
    • consumer service / membership desk.
  • Reliance Mart.
    • 61 check out counters
    • first time in India introduced the Mobile POS system for faster check outs.
    • The store planning, atmospheres and layout has been designed to provide “a complete solution”
  • Reliance mart
    • open from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. seven days a week.
    • Reliance One, a common membership and loyalty program, Earn Anywhere, Spend Anywhere.
    • Attractive finance options, including 0% financing for your purchases on select products.
  • Future
    • Plan to open one or two new stores every month during this financial year.
    • Reliance Mart is a part of the Reliance group’s $5.5-billion retail initiative, targeting revenues of 1 trillion rupees ($24.6 billion) by March 2011.
    • Reliance Retail is expecting a top-line of Rs1,000 per sq ft/month.
  • Future
    • a pan-India presence
    • opening 30 Stores by the end of the year
    • 500 by the end of 2010.
  • Reliance fresh.
    • RIL’s Rs 25,000 crore venture
  • Reliance Fresh
    • Reliance Retail - 240 neighbourhood and convenience stores under the Reliance Fresh chain.
    • 1.31 lakh Reliance loyalty customers, across Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala.
    • Introducing retail apparel, footwear, women wear and lingerie at its stores.
  • Reliance Fresh
    • ‘ Reliance One’, customers can earn 1 RelianceOne point for every Rs 100 spent.
    • Open from 8 am to 9 pm, 7 days a week.
    • Fresh fruits and vegetables, staples, top-up grocery and ‘Reliance Select’, the Reliance brand of products.
  • Reliance Fresh
    • Unmatched affordability, quality, and service to the consumers.
    • Prosperity to the farmers.
    • Diageo, the world’s leading premium Drinks Company has announced a tie-up with Reliance Fresh to retail its international wines portfolio in India.
  • Reliance Fresh
    • 20 trained sales associates attending to the customers.
    • Provide direct employment to 5 lakh young Indians and indirect job opportunities to a million people
  • Future
    • Plans to add more stores across different geographies, and eventually have a pan-India footprint by year 2011.
    • seamless supply chain infrastructure, unprecedented even by world standards.
    • Reliance is aiming to touch almost every Indian customer and supplier.
  • Reliance Retail Future
    • Aims to launch 700 Reliance Town Centre (RTC) in the country to cater to population below 3 lakh.
    • These centres will house everything that a town needs. first Centre by December.
    • More centres next year across the country and the company aims to introduce first RTC in north India.
  • Future
    • From health centre to vocational training to multiplexes and retail, RTC is poised to become a centre point for various segments dwelling in town.
    • an auto-centre
    • 60,000 to 2 lakh sq ft depending on the size of the town,
  • Future
    • plans to introduce rural business hubs (RBH) for the rural population and it aims to add 1,600 RBHs in the next few years.
    • Reliance Retail will soon have around 100 private labels across product categories
    • cheaper than mainstream brands.
    • Pharma major Cipla is in talks with Reliance Retail for an outsourcing arrangement
  • Future
    • Reliance Retail is getting ready for the launch of its pharma retail business next month.
    • The first pharma retail outlet in Reliance Retail hypermarket in Ahmedabad.
    • The group’s first exclusive Reliance Health and Wellness store will come up in Hyderabad.
  • Reliance Textiles.
    • Reliance has roped in world famous Italian Designer, Mr. Maurizio Bonas of "Made in Italy“.
    • Plan to introduce Bonas Designer label in India through Reliance and Vimal Retail outlets.
    • Only Vimal Retail Outlets:
    • Provide customers with the best designs and surprise them with prices.
  • Thank You!!!