Sales down by 30 percent on Amazon and Flipkart since new e-commerce policy came into force in India


Since the new e-commerce rules have come into force in India on Feb 1, the sales of Flipkart and Amazon fell by as much as 30 percent. The new regulations prohibit e-commerce companies from holding any stakes in companies that sell on their platform. Also for companies whose overall sale volumes cross the 25% markContinue reading “Sales down by 30 percent on Amazon and Flipkart since new e-commerce policy came into force in India”

Google’s new tool planning to follow your in-store purchases to drive higher Ad revenue


“The data which will be collected by Google can have colossal privacy implications”

India’s Domestic Air Cargo Witnessing Unprecedented Growth on Ecommerce Push


Domestic air cargo traffic in #India is on a growth spree with increasing demand from #ecommerce companies. The sector has been witnessing double digit growth ranging from 21-25% in 6 out of last 14 months. Bengaluru, Hyderabad and New Delhi airports are experiencing sharpest growth with Delhi’s traffic growing at the rate of 42.2% in MayContinue reading “India’s Domestic Air Cargo Witnessing Unprecedented Growth on Ecommerce Push”