Category: Indian e-Commerce

Porter’s 5 forces in the New Age Economy

Warren Buffet recently made a strong pitch in favor of capitalism. This is a great motivation for many budding entrepreneurs. Though along the lines of pitching for capitalism, Buffett also mentioned that new age capitalism is quite different than what it used to be in the earlier decades. What is New Age Capitalism? New age …

Is the eCommerce future oversold in India?

eCommerce future oversold

Global e-Commerce markets have touched $3.46 Trillion online in 2019, up from $2.93 Trillion from 2018, as per a forecast published by Digital Commerce 360. This global scenario certainly looks promising, with a rosy picture being portrayed about its future prospects. Yet when you look at individual organizations, there are only a handful of organizations …

Indian Retail e-Commerce – Strengthening Business Niche

Indian e-commerce players

Indian retail e-commerce is becoming a highly competitive space. Read more about how consolidation has replaced growth in the segment Amazon v/s Walmart While we are talking about e-commerce, US markets have been the prime influencers for the industry until recent times. Amazon has been the torchbearer and has led to many innovations. Walmart and …

Indian e-Commerce Retail – Consolidation replaces Rapid Growth

Indian e-commerce players

History While most of the world was celebrating the new year 2019, retail e-commerce players in India were trying to figure out ways to comply with a new policy. This policy was planned to have holistic growth approach for smaller players in India. While e-commerce players have survived policy shock, times ahead are expected to …

Is India ready to welcome WALMART?

(Originally Posted on SIMSR Newsletter eGlobuzz in October – December 2012 Issue) The 1991 crisis in India highlighted one key weakness of Indian economy, Protectionism. This protectionism cost us high growth, development and prosperity. In the process of avoiding the competition Indian government ended up protecting the industries. Competition is always beneficial for an economy …