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Branch out; a professional networking site from Facebook has made its way to India. BranchOut is basically a professional network very similar to LinkedIn that is created as an application that hops on to Facebook and its 600 million users.
Facebook, an immensely popular social networking site has withdrawn the official Indian pages of fashion house FCUK (French Connection United Kingdom), chocolate conglomerate Cadbury India’s Buornville for violating the codes of governing hosting of such pages and halting the social media promotion on which these brands have been thriving on.
Ecommerce in India is growing with brisk pace and it is expected that in next 5 years it will prosper well. At this stage in India online shopping is catching up with consumers, however, it is sad that online retailers have not fathom the deterrent like proper attention towards addressing consumer’s issue.
Naaptol.com had started its business as online comparison site. Later it forayed in to other business model and started an online store.
Wipro Technologies, an IT and consulting and outsourcing firm of Wipro Ltd. Announced a cloud based productized solution to help its customer base of drug development owners (Sponsors), CRO (Clinical Research Organizations) clinical sites and regulators to improve collaboration capabilities for multi-region clinical trials, said a press release on Friday.
Buying electronics goods including camera, laptops, computer peripherals, apparels, flowers and gifts are quite a common phenomenon for net savvy consumers.
Future Group sets Rs 1 crore of daily sales on FutureBazaar.com by end of fiscal 2011-2012
Future group’s Futurebazaar.com is all set to target daily sales of at least 1 crore every day by the end of the current fiscal.
Crowd sourcing has extensively been used by several brands in website designing, logo and various other activities around the globe but now a days, it is been also used in building brand.
“We are using lot of analytic and MIS reporting in terms of our day to day working”, Pawan Gadia, CEO, Ferns and PetalsLeave a Reply
- While online businesses in India is showing lot of potential and attracting large funds, however there is not a single eCommerce company in India that is in profit.
Kunal Bahl, CEO, Snapdeal started his entrepreneurial voyage at age of 25 with seed fund of INR 4,000,000. Although he had to struggle at every turn of business in initial year but later it grabbed the eyeballs of consumers with its whopping discount prices coupons on diverse deal categories.
Dex One Corporation, an US based marketing consultancy will partner with India’s leading software services firm HCL Technologies for its digital platform.