The Indian furniture and home furnishing sectors have responded to the change in consumers’ lives due to the pandemic and its impact on demand.
Retailers across India have responded to the pandemic by sharing resources and channels, providing hope of survival to the industry at large.
Indian retailers have responded to low traffic following the re-opening of stores by taking their stores to target consumers’ homes.
The Indian food service industry opens once again, prepared with a lot more choices of outlets, menus, consumption and higher levels of hygiene.
The Indian wellness and beauty industry is reopening with new safety protocols in place and service levels aimed to win back their customers’ confidence and trust.
Stores in India offering non-essentials are reopening in green zones with renewed service competencies that focus on building trust and confidence in consumers.
The Indian retail ecosystem has responded to the challenge of a national lockdown to deliver essentials to every Indian consumer.
Traditional big-box retail stores in India are evolving into aspirational retail environments.
The growing acceptance of beer in India by the urban youth is transforming its consumption experience trends.
The new Indian consumer’s expectation of “glocal” shopping experiences is driving the visual integration of regional festivals, history, art and architecture into the design of shopping...
Young Indian consumers’ appetite for affordable “intelligent lifestyle” consumer products has encouraged the entry of Asian retailers
The entry of global brands has transformed experience design benchmarks in Indian retail destinations, including the way consumers shop for fashion and lifestyle
The increasing preference of the health-and-wellness-conscious consumers of India for “scientific” mattresses is transforming the way they’re bought at retail
The story of Khadi, the traditional Indian art of hand spinning textiles, is being retold to draw the attention of new consumers
Department stores in India are reimagining themselves to stay relevant
The evolved, modern Indian bride and groom, well-informed of global fashion trends, are driving the experience economy of the wedding fashion market
The high demand for branded fashion beyond Indian metros has corporate retail businesses paying more attention to their partners to increase market penetration
Airports in India, once mere transit hubs, are steadily transforming into experiential destinations, becoming the great new frontier of Indian retail
The growing popularity of bespoke garments drives the revival of the art of custom tailoring, blending craft and technology
Integrating technology to create experiential shopping for the new Indian consumer