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  • 1. The Retail Industry
    • Introduction
    • Retailing is the final step in the distribution of merchandise - the last link in the Supply Chain - connecting the bulk producers of commodities to the final consumers. Retailing covers diverse products such as foot apparels, consumer goods, financial services and leisure.
      • In developed country three-fourth of the retail trade is done by organized sector
      • Huge retail chains like Wal-Mart, Carr four Group, Sears, K-Mart, McDonalds, etc. have now replaced the individual small stores
  • 2. Top Ten Retailers Worldwide
    • Rank Retailer # of stores sale 2000US$(miln)
    • 1 Wall-Mart Stores (USA) 4178 $180,787
    • 2 Carrefour Group (France) 8130 $61,047
    • 3 The Kroger Co. (USA) 3445 $49,000
    • 4 The Home Depot, Inc. (USA) 1134 $45,738
    • 5 Royal Ahold (Netherlands) 7150 $45,729
    • 6 Metro AG (Germany) 2169 $44,189
    • 7 Kmart Corporation (USA) 2105 $37,028
    • 8 Sears, Roebuck and Co. (USA) 2231 $36,823
    • 9 Albertson's, Inc. (USA) 2512 $36,726
    • 10 Target Corporation (USA) 1307 $36,362
  • 3. Retailing in India
    • The retail market size around $180 billion
    • Retailing provides jobs to almost 15 percent of employable Indian adults
    • The Indian retail industry is unorganized
    • The Indian retail industry is fragmented
    • The Indian retail industry has rural bias
    • Young population with high disposable income
  • 4. Changing age demographics in India
    • Exposure to international lifestyles
    • Quality retail space under development in leading urban centres
    • Rising retail finance and consumer credit has increased affordability
    • Changing consumer requirements and lifestyles
    • Modern retailing formats provide different value proposition
  • 5. The Evolution of Indian retail industry
    • For Indian retailing, things started to change slowly in the 1980s
    • Bombay Dyeing, Raymond's, S Kumar's and Grasim and later Titan was the first to see the emergence of retail chains
    • In 1990 retail market got diversified
    • FoodWorld, Subhiksha and Nilgiris in food and FMCG; Planet M and Music World in music; Crossword and Fountainhead in books
    • On the growing track, by the end of year 2000 retail industries was estimated 13,000 cr. And till year 2005 was expected around 45,000 cr.
  • 6. Retailing Formats in India
    • Malls
    • Branded stores
    • Department stores
    • Specialty stores
  • 7. Growth of Retail Industry in India
    • Key factors
      • Experimentation with formats
      • Store design
      • Emergence of discount stores
      • Unorganized retailing is getting organized
      • The indian consumer: Their earning capacity and shopping habits are changing
  • 8. Shoppers’ Stop
  • 9. History
    • Established in October 27, 1991 by the K. Raheja Corp. group of company
    • Diversified from Hospitality
    • and Real estate to retail
    • industry
    • progressed from being a single
    • brand shop to becoming
    • a Fashion & Lifestyle store
    • for the family
    • With an immense amount of expertise and credibility, Shoppers’ Stop has become the highest benchmark for the Indian retail industry
  • 10. Company Profile
    • Its merchandise ranges across apparel, accessories, perfumes, cosmetics, home & kitchen products with over 260,000 stock keeping units (SKU`s),
    • The company derives revenue from private labels which account for 20% and from other brands that contribute 80%.
    • Shoppers Stop’s first exclusive home dressings outlet was launched in Bangalore
    • The Company has entered into an Option Agreement with Inorbit Malls and Hypercity Retail (India) Pvt , under the terms of which the Company has an option to acquire up to 51% of the equity share capital of Hypercity Retail (India) Pvt Ltd
    • In H1FY06, SSL opened four new stores adding 0.2 million square feet to its retail space. It has
    • signed up 19 new department stores to be opened between FY06-08E
    • It plans to invest Rs1200mn in the next two years.
  • 11. Financial Overview
    • Year-2005/03 (Value in cr.)
    • Capital Employed 182.15
    • Net Working Capital 61.32
    • Current Assets 145.85
    • Current Liabilities 80.53
    • Total Assets/Liabilities 262.3
    • Net Sales 510.34
    • Book Value (Unit Curr) 34.55
  • 12.
    • Net Profit
    • Share Prices
  • 13. Pantaloon
  • 14. History / Company profile
    • Founded in 1987
    • Pantaloon Retail (India) (PRIL), previously known as Pantaloon Fashions (India) (PFIL)
    • Manufactures and Markets quality ready-made garments for men
    • 300 Pantaloon dealers spanning the metro and class-I cities in the country
    • The company has acquired the trademark and exclusive licensing rights for apparel brand Norules(US) in India
    • Over 100 stores across 30 cities in India and employs over 14,000 people
    • For the financial year ended June 2005, it had a turnover of Rs. 1,073 crore (US$ 242 million) and it is expected to touch Rs 2000 crore (US$ 444 million) by the end of June 2006.
  • 15. Different brand(Stores) of Pantaloon
    • Big Bazaar
    • Central Mall
    • Food Bazaar
    • Fashion Station
    • aLL
    • MeLa
    • E-Zone
    • Star Sitara
  • 16. Financial overview
    • Year-2005/03 (Value in cr.)
    • Capital Employed 504.74
    • Net Working Capital 243.01
    • Current Assets 405.16
    • Current Liabilities 162.15
    • Total Assets/Liabilities 666.61
    • Net Sales 1083.73
    • Book Value (Unit Curr) 99.33
  • 17.
    • Net Profit
    • Capitaline
  • 18. Trent
  • 19. Company Profile
    • Established in 1992 by TATA Group
    • 2006 Sales: 3,765,450,000
    • Currency: Indian Rupees
    • Fiscal Year Ends: March
    • Share Type: Ordinary
    • Country: India
    • Major Industry: Retailers
    • Sub Industry: Miscellaneous Retailers
    • Employees: 550
    • Market Capitalization: 12,824,159,807
    • Total Shares Outstanding: 14,427,811
  • 20. Financial status
    • Year-2005/03 (Value in cr.)
    • Capital Employed 217.39
    • Net Working Capital 41.36
    • Current Assets 106.82
    • Current Liabilities 65.46
    • Total Assets/Liabilities 282.44
    • Net Sales 234.32
    • Book Value (Unit Curr) 165.5
  • 21.
    • Share Prices
    • Net Profit
  • 22. Provogue
  • 23. History / Company profile
    • Incorporated in 1997 as Acme Clothing Private Limited
    • Work fashion house manufacturing and distributing apparel for men under the brand Provogue for men
    • An aggressive advertising and marketing campaign has enabled Provogue command a superior brand
    • Provogue's proposal to set up 40 small and 21 mega stores (of 5,000 square feet each) over the next two years
    • 64 exclusive 'Provogue Studios' spread across 31 cities in the country
  • 24. Financial status
    • Year-2005/03 (Value in cr.)
    • Capital Employed 77.2
    • Net Working Capital 41.36
    • Current Assets 77.72
    • Current Liabilities 17
    • Total Assets/Liabilities 93.85
    • Net Sales 108.12
    • Book Value (Unit Curr) 36
  • 25.
    • Share Prices
    • Net Profit
  • 26. Piramyd
  • 27. History / Company profile
    • Incorporated on March 18 2005 by taking over the business of Piramyd Retail and Merchandising and Crossroads Shoppertainment
    • Company is in two segments
      • Lifestyle retailing and Food
      • Home and Personal Care (FHPC) retailing
    • They currently operate 12 stores spread across 4 cities occupying over 210,000 sq. ft of retail space
    • The offerings of the lifestyle retailing arm, Piramyd Megastore, include apparel and accessories like jewellery, watches, footwear and home textiles
    • Target: at the informed and fashion conscious customer
  • 28. Financial status
    • Year-2006/03 (Value in cr.)
    • Capital Employed 167.66
    • Net Working Capital 66.64
    • Current Assets 105.82
    • Current Liabilities 39.18
    • Total Assets/Liabilities 206.84
    • Net Sales 99.2
    • Book Value (Unit Curr) 59.59

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