Ecommerce India

US e-commerce giant Amazon took everyone by surprise when it recently announced its decision to buy Whole Foods Market Inc., a 465-store chain selling natural and organic groceries, for a jaw-dropping $13.7 billion, including net debt. While the US food industry is still reeling with shock, we at IndianWeb2...

Global e-commerce giant Amazon has announced that it would continue its investment streak in the Indian subcontinent in expanding infrastructure and bringing in innovative solutions to better consumer and seller experience as it aims to overthrow Indian e-commerce leader Flipkart from its throne and become the number one e-commerce...
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The impact that tech-savvy customers are having on the e-commerce world these days is not just stronger than ever, it's faster than ever. Gone are the days when customers would wander online trying to determine if an online order was worth the risk. Instead, technology today is helping customers...

Indian Farmers Fertilizer Cooperative Limited (IFFCO), which is world's largest fertiliser cooperative federation with over 40,000 member cooperatives, has announced its plans to garner massive cooperative market via creation of a e-commerce platform -- iffcobazar.in."Through this e-commerce platform members will get instant information in the field of...

In what could be seen as a deeply ironic move on the part of Indian ecommerce startups, founders and top officials of India's ecommerce biggies like Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon have come together and joined hands in a mission to get changes done in the draft model Goods and...

All the ecommerce users in India, this is something that you might want to take into notice before making your next big online purchase.The Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, C R Chaudhary, recently informed the Parliament that the government has received over a whopping 1,386...

The demonetisation move by the Indian government last year caught everyone in the world by surprise. And now, according to a CouponDunia study, the demonetised drive proved to be a good news for some sectors of the economy, while a few had to face some really hard...
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Has the demonetisation drive dampened your Christmas cheer? After all, what is Christmas without presents, decorations and celebrations? While some of our needs can be fulfilled by online shopping, we still require cash for some tasks. While the government might not be understanding this basic thing, India’s leading online...
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US-based e-commerce giant Amazon plans to invest an additional $3 billion in India, which is emerging as a critical area of growth, and to compete with local rivals Flipkart and Snapdeal.Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos announced on Wednesday, "Amazon will invest $3 billion more in India. This is...

In what could be considered as a startling fact, the Indian e-commerce market has managed to surpass all our expectations and has managed to grow by 209 percent over the last five years. From $4.4 billion (Rs 20,020 crore) in the year 2010 to $13.6 billion (Rs 83,096 crore)...