Celio, the French menswear brand, has re-opened its stores for business in India at cities such as Bangalore, Calicut, Hyderabad, Pune, Nizamabad, Warangal, Belgaum, Siliguri, and Bhatinda. The brand’s website too has now resumed sales and is delivering garments wherever possible.
Dollar Industries, one of India’s leading brands in the hosiery segment, unveiled its new corporate brand identity with a fresh vision of ‘Wear the Change’.
Leading shoemaker Bata India will cease discounting and increasing product price to compensate for revenue loss faced due to lockdown and rise in operating cost of its physical stores in the new normal.
Food and beverages giant PepsiCo India has partnered with Dunzo to deliver its products from four food brands including Lay’s, Kurkure, Doritos, and Quaker at consumers' doorsteps.
International e-commerce enabler Shopmatic has introduced grocery web-stores to allow local shop owners to build their we-stores easily, without the need for any technical or coding experience. As per the company, the solution will include pre-built catalogues with unlimited listings, easy inventory management, secure and instant online payments and, contactless delivery, and self-pickup options.
While the initial days of lockdown enforced in India in response to COVID-19 crisis sent the Indian online food and grocery retailers into disarray, they were able to quickly turn things around and convert the situation into one of immense growth opportunity, says GlobalData, a leading data, and analytics company.
PayNearby, India’s hyperlocal FinTech startup, has expanded its hyperlocal discovery and purchase app ‘BuyNearby’ to Pan India operations, to simplify ordering, payments, and delivery of essentials during the lockdown. The app has helped more than 2 lakh+ Kirana shops across the country take their stores online.