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01/10/2016 / Business Standard ShopClues eyes biggest sales growth this season ShopClues, the online marketplace in the unstructured category that has a huge following in tier-II and tier-III cities, is organising a Lowest Price Online Challenge this Diwali, taking on larger rivals Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal which together have Rs 500 crore in just marketing spend... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Express Tier II cities gaining popularity during online shopping fest, says Google Trends According to an ASSOCHAM survey-cum-analysis, products worth Rs. 25,000 crore will be sold this festive season. With the increase in better infrastructure in terms of logistics, broadband and Internet-ready devices the sales will go up not only in metros but in tier II and III cities as well... Read More..
01/10/2016 / Indian Express Google Trend reveals spike in ‘Online Shopping’ search in tier 2 cities According to an ASSOCHAM survey-cum-analysis, products worth Rs. 25,000 crore will be sold this festive season. With the increase in better infrastructure in terms of logistics, broadband and Internet-ready devices the sales will go up not only in metros but in tier II and III cities as well... Read More..
01/10/2016 / Financial Express Amazon, ShopClues, Flipkart, Snapdeal Diwali sales are on: Business set to spike HomeIndustry CompaniesAmazon, ShopClues, Flipkart, Snapdeal Diwali sales are on: Business set to spike Amazon, ShopClues, Flipkart, Snapdeal Diwali sales are on: Business set to spike This festive season, according to ecommerce majors, is going to be the best ever. Amazon, ShopClues, Flipkart, Snapdeal Diwali sales are already live and generating humongous numbers. And the most important number of them all is the one on revenues and profits... Read More..
01/10/2016 / LiveMint Shopping in online festive sales? Here is what you should know The discounts range between 10% and 70% depending on the product and the website you shop from. Along with this there is an additional cash back offered by banks if you use their debit or credit cards... Read More..
01/10/2016 / International Business Times ShopClues Diwali sale: 'Lowest Price Online Challenge' launched to counter Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal ShopClues started its Diwali sale online on Saturday by offering steep discounts on a wide range of products. The sale runs through October 10, which is longer than any of its rivals - Amazon, Snapdeal or Flipkart... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Express ShopClues Diwali sale Day 1: Etailer looks to steal Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal thunder with ‘Lowest Price Online Challenge’ ShopClues Diwali sale Day 1: To make for a really exciting shopping experience this festive season, ShopClues has launched the ‘Lowest Price Online Challenge’ tagged as Dhamaka Deals. This will serve as a complement to the 5 cr products on offer across the categories on the platform... Read More..
01/10/2016 / Times of India Big-bang start for festive season sales by e-tailers After a year of tepid online retail sales, etailers like Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal witnessed a wave of consumers flocking onto their platforms as the much-publicised annual festive season sale kicked off over the weekend... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Hindu Business Line Online festival sales draw millions With a festive mood gripping the nation and the mad rush to the get best deal during the festival sales, customers are making the best of the discounts being offered by online retailers... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Express Amazon, Flipkart to Snapdeal, e-retailers festive spirits soar despite DIPP orders DESPITE the shadow of restrictions on discounts looming large, major e-commerce players are confident of success during their biggest sale period of the year. Consumers, too, can look forward to an array of products and discounts. However, sellers might not have much reason to cheer, as they might have to shoulder much of the burden of the discounts... Read More..
01/10/2016 / India Tv News Massive surge in online shopping as e-tailers begin their annual festive season sale According to a Times of India report, a significant proportion of the new customers are reported to have come from smaller towns like Sikkim, Tripura, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands... Read More..
01/10/2016 / VC Circle North Eastern states top search charts for online shopping The massive marketing and advertising efforts made by the Indian ecommerce firms may finally be paying off, at least in terms of catching the attention of potential buyers. According to Google Trends, the search for ‘online shopping’ has increased in regions such as Tripura, Sikkim, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the last seven days, registering a fillip of a whopping 250%... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Times Snapdeal Unbox Diwali sale: Eretailer logs 11 lakh buyers in 16 hrs; sells 12 flats, 846 Hero and TVS Suzuki bikes Snapdeal Unbox Diwali sale: Not just 11 lakh buyers in first 16 hours, according to the ecommerce major, on the first day of its sale, it has set a new benchmark in delivery speed by delivering a phone at the buyer's home within just 1 hour... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Economic Times Big ecommerce festive sales are slowing down, new investment rules might be the cause Flipkart and Amazon India are battling it out for market leadership powered by their flagship sales events, but there’s little evidence yet that their week-long joust can perk up Indian online retail’s sagging sales growth... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Times of India Online retailers register big spike in demand as festive season sale kicks off Amazon India's festival sale, which started a day earlier than Flipkart's, saw the platform getting more than a billion hits in the first half of the day, the company said... Read More..
01/10/2016 / IIFL Online shopping may clock sales worth up to Rs.25,000 cr: Assocham The upcoming festive season, beginning October 1 is likely to register record-breaking sales, revenues, and highest ever purchase rate per minute for e-commerce giants as most people deferred their purchasing plans during the fortnight of pitru paksha and are now ready to loosen their purse strings, according to Assocham... Read More..
01/10/2016 / Business Standard Tier II cities gaining popularity during online shopping fest, says Google Trends According to an ASSOCHAM survey-cum-analysis, products worth Rs. 25,000 crore will be sold this festive season. With the increase in better infrastructure in terms of logistics, broadband and Internet-ready devices the sales will go up not only in metros but in tier II and III cities as well. The major chunk will come from these cities where internet penetration has increased in the recent past.. Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Express ShopClues reports 260 per cent order growth from Tier II and III cities With festive season sale at its peak, e-tailers are witnessing a massive growth in terms of orders with each passing day. The product assortment crafted specially for tier II and tier III city audience has quipped the merchants to generate maximum sales during this grand festive season... Read More..
01/10/2016 / Business Standard ShopClues reports 260 per cent order growth from Tier II and III cities With festive season sale at its peak, e-tailers are witnessing a massive growth in terms of orders with each passing day. The product assortment crafted specially for tier II and tier III city audience has quipped the merchants to generate maximum sales during this grand festive season... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Express ShopClues ‘Best Price Challenge’: Lenovo Ideapad priced at 17,299 to Sony 32 inch Bravia LED TV at Rs 16,990, top 5 deals on offer Sony 32 inch Bravia LED TV 32R306c HD LED: Regular price – 21,500; Diwali Price – 16,990; USP: EMI starts from Rs. 1534; Specs: General Type LED Screen Size 32 Inches Resolution 1366 x 768 Pixels Display HD 3D No Smart TV No Video Features Aspect Ratio 16:09 Viewing Angle 178° (Right to Left), 178° (Up to Down) Picture Modes Vivid... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Express How to take advantage of Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal sales; Here are top 5 online shopping tips for you Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal sales - online shopping tips: Festive season shopping is on and there are huge discounts on offer by all the ecommerce majors in their respective sales including Amazon Great Indian Festival, Flipkart Big Billion Days, Snapdeal Unbox Diwali sale, and ShopClues 'Lowest Price Online Challenge... Read More..
01/10/2016 / The Financial Express Amazon Great Indian Festival sale Day 2 beats Day 1; Eretailer logs 5X growth; sells 1.5 mn units in first 12 hours Amazon Great Indian Festival sale started on October 1, a day ahead of the other ecommerce majors, and according to the eretailer, while day 1 was massive, it was roundly beaten by the growth in numbers logged on day 2... Read More..
01/10/2016 / Business Insider The 2016 festive sales- The winner so far ItneKumMein from ShopClues, the Great Indian Festival from Amazon, the Big Billion Days from Flipkart and Unbox Diwali Sale from Snapdeal are in full swing. The sales that started on October 1 with Amazon are on throughout the week and gaining traction like never before... Read More..
01/10/2016 / DQ Channels ShopClues throws 'Lowest Price Online Challenge' this festive season Amidst currency demonetization, PayU Ind Keep your kids engaged this Childrens’ nexGTv partners with Web Talkies for the Nor-Shipping looks to keynote speaker To ... Read More..
01/10/2016 / First Post How India's small towns are cashing in on Flipkart, Amazon festive sales party Online festive sales season kicked off last weekend with much fanfare and the country's top three e-tail biggies (Flipkart, Amazon India and Snapdeal) are already claiming to have witnessed stupendous sales, thanks to discounts on a range of products from electronics to furniture to clothes... Read More..
09/01/2015 / Business Standard ShopClues on a hiring spree Flush with funds from the $100 million it got from Tiger Global in January, ShopClues is planning to hire 200-300 people by the end of FY16. After the latest round of hiring, the Delhi-based e-tailer would have almost 1,500 direct employees. It had added 850 to its staff in the past year... Read More..
09/01/2015 / The Economic Times Festival is Hyerlocal for ShopClues HYDERABAD: Online marketplace ShopClues will rely on its hyperlocal push to counter the rush of orders during this year's festive season as it targets sales of up to Rs 1,600 crore in the three months to December... Read More..
08/01/2015 / The Economic Times ShopClues achieves another milestone with 2.5 lakh merchants onboard its platform! NEW DELHI: E-commerce firm ShopClues today said it has added close to 1.7 lakh merchants to take the seller-base on its platform to 2.5 lakh... Read More..
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