BRICS: India


BRICS: India

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Affluent Indians prefer email - 72% of those in the top socioeconomic classification, SEC A, liked to get brand information in email form

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The market for smartphones in India is approaching a "tipping point", with penetration hitting 10% due to falling prices for entry-level handsets.

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E-commerce comes of age in India | ZDNet

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Mobile is the way to go for e-commerce in India?

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Gitanjali  ( and others) in jewelry, Ddecor in upholstery, Tanishq in watches/jewelry (to a certain extent) , Oberoi, The Taj, Leela in hospitality and then brands such as VIP in luggage creating another brand like Carlton for premium luggage.

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India’s luxury market to grow three-fold by 2015

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more than 60 per cent of India’s ultra rich buy stuff abroad, especially in Dubai, followed by London and Hong Kong.

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The Real Challenges of India's Luxury Retail Market

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8 per cent of people across India, who are connected online, send and receive emails while about 60 per cent communicate via social networking sites.

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Dot-Coms Begin to Blossom in India target affluent

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India to register 72% mobile penetration by 2016: Gartner

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New Media Trend Watch India

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The insider’s guide to mobile Web marketing in India

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BRIC countries account for 18-22 per cent of the world’s luxury market today, and is expected to touch 36 per cent by 2015.

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Hermes has just launched a limited-edition sari range some 500,000 Indians are among its 8.5 million Facebook fans luxury Mkt $14.72 billion by 2015

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Luxury retail not part of India's success story

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The luxury market is growing at a rapid pace in the India with a compounded annual growth of 25 per cent. Its present and future is endowed- estimated to be at US$4.76 billion, the luxury market in India is set to touch three times its current size at US$14.72 billion by 2015.

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In November, 27.2 million people in India aged 15 or above accessed an online store, 18% more than in the previous year. the luxury designer clothing market in India grew 34.5% to Rs.9,767.4 core in 2011. Indians are likely to spend $84 billion on online stores by 2016, compared to the $7 billion they spent in 2010.

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Indian middle class: the emerging affluent

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