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ousrnv OVERVIEW

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sunrise sectors with huge growth pot...
TION OF RETAIL

 

Consolidation

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RETAIL FORMATS IN INDIA

Monolexclusive
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Multi-branded
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STRUCTURE

Organised Retail Penetration (ORP) in India is low (8 per
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Retail industry in INDIA

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The Indian retail industry has presently emerged as one of the most dynamic and fast paced industries as several players have started to enter the market. It accounts for over 10 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) and around eight per cent of the employment in India. The country is today the fifth largest global destination in the world for retail.
Several corporates have planned to exploit the opportunities in the Indian retail space, such as Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), which has lined up capital expenditure of Rs 1.8 trillion (US$ 28.94 billion) for the next three years for its petrochemicals, telecom and retail ventures.
With the growth in the retail industry, the corresponding demand for real estate is also being created. Further, with the online medium of retail gaining more and more acceptance, there is a tremendous growth opportunity for retail companies, both domestic and international.

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Retail industry in INDIA

  1. 1. SECTOR , INDIAN RETAIL ; 3 F ? PRESENTED B{GROUPV1V
  2. 2. i RETAIL - Retail is the sale of goods and services from individuals or businesses to the end-user. Retailers are part ot an integrated system called the supply chain. - A retailer purchases goods or products in large quantities from manufacturers directly or through a wholesale, and then sells smaller quantities to the consumer tor a profit. - Retailing can be done in either fixed locations like stores or markets, door-to-door or by delivery.
  3. 3. ousrnv OVERVIEW Ellndian retail Industry is Fifth largest in the world. One of the sunrise sectors with huge growth potential and accounts for 14- 15% of the country’s GDP. E| The Indian retail industry is estimated to be worth around US$ 500 billion currently. The Indian retail industry has expanded by 10.6 per cent between 2010 and 2012 and is expected to increase to US$ 750-850 billion by 2015 E| The recent announcement by the Indian government with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail, especially allowing 100% FDI in single brand and 51% FDI in multi-brand has created positive sentiments in the retail sector.
  4. 4. TION OF RETAIL Consolidation Expansion Conceptualization 20 0 2010 onward - Large scale _ _ _ o Investment lar e° _ _ lnltlatlon 199°'°5 g consolidation Indian corporate o realised the ' Entry in f°°d and general a Movement to smaller cities and rural areas Pre1990s P°tent'a' Of the merchandise a Large scale entry of market category international brands o Manufacturer . Most in . Pamindia . pm 5 Opened the" apparel expansion o Rise in private label own outlets segment , Repositioning brands by retail players
  5. 5. RETAIL FORMATS IN INDIA Monolexclusive branded retail shops Multi-branded retail shops onvergence retail outlets e-Trailers Exclusive showrooms either owned or franchised out by a manufacturer Focus on particular product categories and carrii most of the brands availab e Display most of convergence as well as consumerlelectronic products, _inc_luding communication and IT group It is an online fshopping facility or buying and selling products and services; the facility is widely used for electronics, health and wellness Complete range available for a given brand, certified product quality Customers have more choices as many brands are on display One-stop shop for customers; many product lines of different brands on display Highly convenient as it provides 24X7 access, saves time, and ensures secure transaction
  6. 6. STRUCTURE Organised Retail Penetration (ORP) in India is low (8 per cent) compared to other countries such as the US (85 per cent) This indicates strong growth potential for organised retail in India Organised retail penetration (2012) Contribution to organised retail (2012) Food & Unorganised Grocery retail Apparear penetration Mobile and telecom I Food organised *:5‘? “°3"*l , . 5°""°° ieiaii K‘ Jewellery penetration ‘ ‘ C° "5 U mer Electronics Footwear Others
  7. 7. i ; gr . . Grocer De artment B°°ks’ music and Ill Ir’ ' ’ ' ' " ' . ' ’ . ..“ . .'. ‘ rinrzi F . ‘ ’ . l. l'IiII ~ I _. ..4:x °w%mdg%s Emwmr . ‘. » +l°? '9'_. S.. =__ l. 'IIfl‘ , o M - 1 SONY . . _i ‘_ ‘re , ~. __. . I ' ‘A e . ‘ ' ‘ j’/ '_‘ -1,». II. I " ' irmnizi-yl
  8. 8. GROWTH DRIVERS FAVOURABLE DEMOGRAPHICS EASY CONSUMER _ RISE IN INCOME AND CREDIT AND INCREASE ' puRcHAsiNG powER IN QUALITY PRODUCTS BRAND CHANGE IN consciousiufiss CONSUMER MINDSET
  9. 9. S '*'I'fi. UTlON OF REGULATION FDI up to100% allowed under the automatic route in Cash & Carry (wholesale) FDI up to 51% allowed with pnor government approval in sing| e—brand Government proposed allow FDI in multi- brand retail 51% FDI policy approval in multi—brand retail; 100% FDI policy approval in sing| e—brand retail
  10. 10. I BOTTLENECKS - A long way to meet international standards - Lack of efficient supply-chain management - Lack of required retail space - No fixed consumption pattern - Shortage of trained manpower - Lack of proper infrastructure and distribution channels
  11. 11. CONCLUSION The Indian retail industry is witnessing far reaching changes. The change is riding on an overall growth in income and consumption across the country, including the rural areas The Indian retail industry will, however, take a long time and would require a sustained effort before the benefits reach the target due to its own characteristics The trade practices and policies change with every state and even within the state. But these have not deterred the TNC retailers in entering India due to the huge potential it offers
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