Wildcraft, the India-born transnational outdoor & adventure active lifestyle goods company, is looking at having 200 retail outlets next fiscal and 300 stores by 2021.
Superbike launches were the flavour of the season at the recent 14th edition of the annual Royal Enfield Rider Mania and the 5th edition of the India Bike Week maga event held in picturesque Vagatore beach front in golden Goa.
Around the world, people obsess about this seemingly simple dish. But nowhere is it taken more seriously than in and around Tokyo, the ramen epicenter of the universe.
The new Land Rover Discovery Sport TD4 combines design excellence, engineering, and exceptional versatility to create a premium sports utility vehicle that fits multiple roles.
Bajoria Appliances Pvt Ltd, a leading player in the kitchen appliances space under the ‘Kutchina’ brand, has drawn up an aggressive plan to tap the fast growing Saarc markets with its range of products. As starter, Kutchina has already forayed into Bhutanese market.
Where there are a plenty of players amid cut-throat competition to stay ahead of one another, it is the service that matters.
Have you come across any value statement of organisations that does not say employees are their most valuable assets? Whether it is lip service or otherwise it is the absolute truth if they want to achieve their strategic objectives.
With the motto of “Have Feet. Will Dance”, the Shiamak Dance movement is making waves and in his words the mission has been to spread the joy of dance and hence the branding.
Lexus, the luxury brand from Japanese giant car manufacturer Toyota, is bullish on India despite its late entry into the growing luxury car market.
Partnering is everywhere now.
Hyderabad-based Sresta Natural Bio Products, one of India’s largest organic food companies, and makers of India’s largest organic brand- ‘24 Mantra’, is not only gearing up to tap the fast growing organic market more aggressively, but buoyant over the success of its farming methodology and busine
It may not be the oldest profession in the world but it is probably the least appreciated. Most of you scoff at selling as a profession. Let us face it: What image comes to mind when you hear the word “salesperson”?
The next generation of Lamborghinis could act as their own super-powered batteries and be able to repair themselves.
The moment you brand a product for feminine hygiene you get many takers and if it is for a virtually untapped market like toilet seat sanitiser, then you do stand a good chance to win the urban market to begin with.
There used to be a time when companies could launch their products to all. Not any more. The proliferation of products and services with minute differentiation has demanded finer segmentation of market in order for even mere survival.