如果 Flipkart 和 Snapdeal 合并失败,将对印度电商市场带来什么影响?

当时间来到现在,这两家过去针锋相对的公司正在酝酿印度电子商务行业里规模最大的并购交易。

不过最近,有消息称虽然 Flipkart 已经完成了尽职调查,但双方交易还是遇到了一些障碍,因为 Snapdeal 公司董事会已经拒绝了 7-8 亿美元的收购报价。

Is Flipkart Clawing Back In The Game Against Amazon?

In early signs of a reversal in fortunes, Flipkart has outrun rival Amazon India in gross sales in two consecutive months, after trouncing the US-based ecommerce company with its Big Billion Day sales in October. The Indian ecommerce giant recently witnessed a top-level management rejig.

The New Era Of Startups

The startup ecosystem has become a hot topic for all and sundry. They have taken off and matured because of various factors such as availability of funding, consolidation activities by a number of firms, evolving technology space and a burgeoning demand within the domestic market has led to the emergence of startups.

Going, Going…Jabong The Rise, Fall, And Sale Of Jabong Is The Future For Many Other Indian Startups

There was a time when Jabong was such a sought-after startup that some were even willing to pay $1.2 billion for it. On July 26, e-commerce major Flipkart acquired Jabong for $70 million—lesser than any of the bids reportedly made for it in the last two years.

How Jabong Dropped The Ball In Its Battle With Myntra

On July 26th, Gaurav Alagh, a former journalist turned entrepreneur, was having a bit of a bad day and he was getting rilled up on Twitter. His navy blue polo T-shirt hadn’t come in, which he had ordered from fashion e-commerce start-up Jabong on July 17th. This happened to be the very same day Flipkart’s subsidiary Myntra had announced that it had acquired the start up, it once trailed for an undisclosed amount.

Coming Soon To A Website Near You: The Carnage Of Indian E-commerce

At 148 years old, India’s salt-to-steel conglomerate Tata Group wants to get hip and cool. So, for its first big gamble on India’s booming e-commerce space, the group says it will only sell Camels—that’s short for “certified authentic merchandise everybody loves”—on its online shopping platform, Tata CLiQ.

How to deal with packaging waste

As Indians start buying more things online, it is placing a lot of stress on disposal and management of packaging waste. For Kartik Subramanium, a techie, buying online was a cool thing to do. “From clothes to groceries, I shopped online,” he says. While that was the happy part, since the last few months, he has started to rethink whether he should continue buying online.

Then, there is the issue of returned goods.

E-commerce norms may prove to be a dampener

The government’s foreign direct investment norms for e-commerce marketplaces issued on Tuesday may prove to be a dampener for consumers due to the clampdown on pricing freedom for marketplace operators and lack of adequate post-sales safeguards.

Netmagic bets big on innovations; says India witnessing unprecedented data center wave

One of the most well known names in the Indian data center market, Netmagic Solutions, is in the eye of a perfect storm. The Indian data center market is witnessing an unprecedented boom. A number of factors are fueling this boom. Firstly, India now has a government that is extremely keen to transform the nation digitally. With a project overlay of Rs 1 lakh crore, and an ambitious target of providing broadband connectivity to 2.5 lakh villages and making many schools Wi-Fi-enabled by 2019, the focus on digital can lead to a huge demand for data centers. Netmagic, which was one of the first focused players in India to see the huge potential of India as a rising market for data centers, is now enjoying the fruits of its hard work put in during the initial years.

Why Do E-Commerce Firms Need The Billions?

Months after e-commerce major Flipkart raised $1.9 billion (about Rs 11,800 crore) in three rounds of funding in 2014, the Bengaluru-based company is again understood to be in talks to raise at least $500 million.

#GreyhoundInMedia: Why Amazon (@amazonIN) runs Junglee as a separate website #Press #Media @timesofindia

It’s been 16 months since Amazon, the $75 billion American e-tailer, launched a full-fledged online marketplace in India. It’s been three months since its founder Jeff Bezos committed $2 billion of investments to its Indian operations. Even as those operations add new products, suppliers, warehouses and employees, Bezos is not letting go of the earlier life that marked Amazon’s entry into India.

Why Amazon runs Junglee as a separate website

It’s been 16 months since Amazon, the $75 billion American e-tailer, launched a full-fledged online marketplace in India. It’s been three months since its founder Jeff Bezos committed $2 billion of investments to its Indian operations. Even as those operations add new products, suppliers, warehouses and employees, Bezos is not letting go of the earlier life that marked Amazon’s entry into India.

#GreyhoundInMedia: Amazon’s (@Amazonin) strategy for India: Stick to the concept of sister site #Press #Media @EconomicTimes

It’s been 16 months since Amazon, the $75 billion American e-tailer, launched a full-f ledged online marketplace in India. It’s been three months since its founder Jeff Bezos committed $2 billion of investments to its Indian operations. Even as those operations add new products, suppliers, warehouses and employees, Bezos is not letting go of the earlier life that marked Amazon’s entry into India.

Greyhound Knowledge Group joins ASSOCHAM Summit

The Greyhound Knowledge Group has announced that it has partnered officially with the ASSOCHAM’s Second National Innovation Summit and Awards 2013. This summit has been organized to focus on innovation in Business Development, Science & Technology and Social Development.

Greyhound Knowledge Group joins ASSOCHAM Summit

The Greyhound Knowledge Group has announced that it has partnered officially with the ASSOCHAM’s Second National Innovation Summit and Awards 2013. This summit has been organized to focus on innovation in Business Development, Science & Technology and Social Development.