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Thinking phoren: Why is Flipkart hiring from Harvard and Stanford?

Jun 04, 2014

Thinking phoren: Why is Flipkart hiring from Harvard and Stanford?

India's largest online retailer (outside ticketing and travel) is planning to recruit from the Ivy League institutions even though its business is largely based out of India. Is this a good idea? #ToWhatEffect #Harvard #IITs #IIMs #Diversity #Ivy League #Stanford #Ecommerce #Flipkart. Myntra
FDI in e-commerce retail only after hearing from shareholders : Sharma

Jan 08, 2014

FDI in e-commerce retail only after hearing from shareholders : Sharma

Listing advantages and disadvantages, a DIPP discussion paper has said that FDI in e-commerce on one hand will boost infrastructure development and spur manufacturing facility but it could also lead to large scale job losses. #FDI #TheySaidIt #multi-brand retail #Amazon #Anand Sharma #Flipkart #Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion #Snapdeal #MSME #Ecommerce
DIPP paper lists pros and cons in allowing FDI in e-commerce

Jan 07, 2014

DIPP paper lists pros and cons in allowing FDI in e-commerce

India's FDI policy restricts e-commerce companies from offering services directly to retail consumers. At present, 100 percent FDI is allowed in business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce but not in retail trading. #NewsTracker #FDI #EBay #Amazon #Flipkart #Snapdeal #Yatra.com #Makemytrip.com #DIPP #Ecommerce #multi brand retailng
After electronics, big daddy Flipkart is betting on fashion

Jan 07, 2014

After electronics, big daddy Flipkart is betting on fashion

The major reasons for etailers getting into private label seem to be margin as most of the etailers are selling branded products at a very thin margins and importantly, are passionate about creating their own product line. #Fashion #CorporateStrategy #E-Commerce #Flipkart #Zovi #YepMe
Assocham says Indian e-commerce market grew 88 percent in 2013

Dec 31, 2013

Assocham says Indian e-commerce market grew 88 percent in 2013

According to the survey, India's e-commerce market, which stood at $2.5 billion in 2009, reached $8.5 billion in 2012 and rose 88 percent to touch $16 billion in 2013. The survey estimates the country's e-commerce market to reach $56 billion by 2023, driven by rising online retail. #Delhi #NewsTracker #ASSOCHAM #Kolkata #Mumbai #EBay #Amazon #Flipkart #Snapdeal #Ecommerce

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Poonam Pandey, All India Bakchod and possible profitable content distribution

Mar 10, 2012

Poonam Pandey, All India Bakchod and possible profitable content distribution

Can online sensations like Poonam Pandey and All India Bakchod survive only in cyberspace cutting out traditional media? #social media #OnOurMind #Poonam Pandey #YouTube #E-Commerce

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Poonam Pandey, All India Bakchod and possible profitable content distribution

Jul 18, 2014

Dude, you're getting a Dell, with Bitcoin

In case the headline didn't tip you off: Yep, you can buy Dell products with Bitcoin now, as Michael Dell himself proudly trumpeted on Twitter earlier today. Dell is now the world's largest ecommerce business to accept #bitcoin http://t.co/xC41rKTYXi...
Poonam Pandey, All India Bakchod and possible profitable content distribution

Jul 17, 2014

Twitter Acquires CardSpring To Power In-Tweet Ecommerce And Offers

Twitter just announced it’s acquired CardSpring to enable “in-the-moment commerce experiences.” CardSpring is an application platform that lets developers build card-linked offers electronic coupons, loyalty cards, and virtual currencies that work wi...
Poonam Pandey, All India Bakchod and possible profitable content distribution

Jul 22, 2014

Buy Last-Minute Broadway Tickets With TodayTix

Mobile accounted for more than 50% of ecommerce last year, yet was just 0.08% of Broadway sales. TodayTix is changing that with its last-minute theater ticket app, and it’s making good money along the way. Six months after launch, the startup has 120...