- Oct13By Reuters
Chinese luxury consumers are spending more on ready-to-wear and new labels, a notable shift in the behaviour and tastes of the world's top spenders, a Reuters survey of retailers in
- Jul27By PTI
India continued to lead the global consumer confidence index, with the score in the second quarter of 2015 reaching the same level as in 2011, says a report.
- Jul05By PTI
Electronics major Sony aims to tap non metro/rural markets with its small screen TV panels along with strengthening its sales network in these areas.
The company, which has launched affordable
- Jun14By PTI
South Korean electronics major LG is targeting 25% increase in turnover at Rs 2,800 crore from air conditioners (ACs) division this fiscal on the back of its innovative and differentiated
- May31By PTI
As heat wave sweeps across the country, sale of air conditioners has finally started picking up after a slow start because heavy rains had kept the summer temperatures low initially.
Saloons, kirana and medical shops and other small businesses can find more customers if they provide conveniences like accepting card payments. But the relative high infrastructure cost and the
- May05By Reuters
Consumer goods maker Unilever says its brands that most fully embrace its CEO's passion for sustainability perform the best, adding fuel to its oft-repeated argument that social responsibility is good
- Mar22By PTI
South Korean consumer electronics major LG is targeting Rs 5,000 crore revenue from the built-in kitchen appliances category in India in the next 8-10 years.
"Built-in kitchen appliances business for
- Feb28By PTI
From removing 4 per cent special additional duty (SAD) on PC components to imposing education cess on imported electronic products to spur its ambitious 'Make in India' programme, government today
There is no better news than a bullish consumer for industry, more so for companies that are in the manufacturing sector.
When Hindustan Unilever delivered a disappointing set of numbers