E-Commerce Retail 

New E-commerce Policy – Retailers seek to Override the fallout

The advent of e-commerce in India ‘smartly’ altered the shopping habits of Indian netizens. Anything and everything – from groceries to apparel to electronics etc. – is now just a click away. For a while, it appeared that ‘couch potato shopping’ was gaining prominence and disrupting the entire brick-and-mortar business. It now emerges that this has not really happened. Despite causing disruptions, the ‘e-commerce effect’ was not enough to have a significant and lasting impact on the conventional retail formats. For a while, online giants like Amazon and Walmart-owned Flipkart…

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More Hypermarket launched in Greater Noida

Omaxe Connaught Place, a property of Omaxe Ltd, witnessed launch of More Hypermarket. More Hypermarket comes with a retail space of around 45,824 square foot and will be catering to people in the neighborhood. Omaxe Connaught Place is one of the largest Shopping-cum-Entertainment centres in India and has a retail space of 1 million square foot. Omaxe Connaught Place, Greater Noida is fast becoming the most happening destination in NCR. Most of the brands are already operational, namely, INOX , Shoppers Stop, Pantaloons , Max Fashions, Reliance Digital, Reliance Trends,…

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Merchandise Licensing Retail Licensing 

Shoppers Stop partners with Chennai Super Kings for exclusive merchandise

IPL fans have one more reason to rejoice! Indian fashion retailer Shoppers Stop has inked exclusive retail merchandise deal with Chennai Super Kings (CSK). The CSK exclusive merchandise offers a range of apparels, accessories, and footwears, including t-shirts and jerseys with graphic prints and quirky slogans and accessories such as caps, bags, and flip-flops. The products in the collection starts at Rs 399 onwards. Shoppers Stop also shared a video on Twitter and wrote, “Our lions are just a match away from victory. TheCSKSquad, it’s time to cheer the loudest…

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Brand Licensing 

Shoppers Stop transfers entire shareholding to Future Retail Ltd.

Shoppers Stop has transferred its entire shareholding in subsidiary Hypercity to the Kishore Biyani-led Future Retail Ltd. As per the deal, the promoters of Hypercity viz.Shoppers Stop, RC Raheja and his family, CL Raheja and family, Jyoti C Raheja along with Chandru L Raheja and NC Raheja and family and B S Nagesh and family will exit the company. On November 14, the shareholders of K Raheja Corp Group firm Shoppers Stop had approved the sale of Hypercity to Future Retail. “…The company along with other sellers have transferred their entire…

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