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BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, January 29, 2018
With big bucks like this flowing in, it is needless to say that smaller e-commerce sites are going to face the brunt.


Ajita Shashidhar
Delhi, November 25, 2017
Avenue Supermarts is the most efficient Indian grocery retailer, but sustaining the growth momentum would be a challenge.


BT Online
New Delhi, October 4, 2017
Moreover, from 3 pm - 8 pm every day, the site will offer certain products for 100% cashback.


BT Online
New Delhi, August 8, 2017
Amazon recently received government's nod to stock and retail food and grocery items through brick and mortar stores, on both online and offline platforms.


By Goutam Das
Delhi, July 28, 2017
Amazon's rapid rise and marketshare gains are making the competition run helter-skelter. Amazon's rise, in fact, coincided with the fall of Snapdeal, India's third-largest marketplace in an e-tailing industry worth $16 billion.


Reuters
Mumbai, May 8, 2017
After ploughing about $2 billion into minority stakes in Indian e-commerce businesses over the past few years, Japan's SoftBank is upping the stakes, looking to play consolidator and take a more active role at a trio of leading start-ups.


by Goutam Das
January 9, 2017
Start-ups go for drastic cost cuts as fund raising gets tougher.


By Venkatesha Babu
Delhi, August 25, 2016
The fisheries industry in India is one of the largest employers with 14 million people dependent on it. But only less than 1 per cent of the market is organised.


BT Online
New Delhi, June 30, 2016
Gurgaon-based online grocery delivery platform, Grofers, is laying off 10 per cent of its workforce, citing difficult market conditions and revision in growth projection.


By Goutam Das
Delhi, June 22, 2016
\"EazyDiner was set up to solve one key problem: to help diners make reservations at restaurants, and for restaurants to be able to offer and take bookings,\" says Deepak I. Shahdadpuri, Founder & Managing Director, DSG Consumer Partners, an investor in the company.


By Sonal Khetarpal
Delhi, June 23, 2016
The inability to quickly pivot, or have a Plan B, is a clear start-up killer. Sreedhar Prasad, Partner, e-commerce, at consulting firm KPMG India, says that entrepreneurs often have the \"my kid is cutest\" problem - they can't look beyond their business idea.


By Goutam Das
Delhi, April 22, 2016
There are about 100,000 delivery boys working for around 20 established e-commerce, hyperlocal and traditional logistics companies today delivering an estimated 1.5 million packages every day - everything from electronics to furniture to grocery and food.


By Goutam Das
Delhi, April 6, 2016
The investment momentum in Indian start-ups rocketed over the past five years. PE activity in 2015 touched an all-time high - investments totalled 1,049, over 600 of them in start-ups. The stars of Indian e-commerce became super stars.


Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, January 9, 2016
Mary Barra, the Chief Executive of General Motors, was elevated as the Chairman of the Board on January 5, making her the first woman ever to head a global auto company.


By Taslima Khan with Goutam Das and Nevin John
Delhi, January 13, 2016
Online grocery is hot. Hundreds of players have jumped in. Several hundred million dollars were invested in 2015 alone. But it has also been a graveyard for start-ups.


Ajita Shashidhar
December 31, 2015
While it was party time for consumers, the online retailers in order to get customers onboard burnt a lot of cash, as they bought the merchandise from the brand at full price and sold it at a discounted price.


Goutam Das
November 18, 2015
The food-tech sector appears to be imploding. TinyOwl is scaling down, Bangalore-based Dazo shut operations while SpoonJoy, another start-up in Bangalore, merged into hyper-local grocery and fresh food delivery company, Grofers.


Goutam Das
November 18, 2015
A young industry trying to revolutionise the way India orders food - is laying off people or shutting down operations. Is this the beginning of the bust?


Taslima Khan
September 29, 2015
On-demand hyper local grocery delivery start-up PepperTap raised $36 million from venture firms Sequoia Capital, SAIF Partners and Snapdeal.


PTI
New Delhi, September 29, 2015
The funding will be used to expand PepperTap's presence to 75 cities from the current 18 cities, customer and talent acquisition, PepperTap Co-Founder and CEO Navneet Singh said.


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