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Cadbury Celebrations shows a closer brother-sister bond | The Work

Cadbury Celebrations shows a closer brother-sister bond | The Work | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
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78% Indian consumers cut spending amid Covid-19: Report

78% Indian consumers cut spending amid Covid-19: Report | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Covid-19 has significantly impacted Indian consumers as 78 per cent of the Indian consumers said they have reduced discretionary spending
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Beef warriors, please note: The deep reason for India’s differing food habits might lie in genetics

Beef warriors, please note: The deep reason for India’s differing food habits might lie in genetics | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Centre’s decision to restrict sale of cattle for slaughter in animal markets – and thus practically delegitimise non-vegetarianism – is acutely problematic.
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Snapchat sets sights on India growth as TikTok is forced out | Digital

Snapchat sets sights on India growth as TikTok is forced out | Digital | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
The social-media company has doubled its user numbers in India, but continues to struggle to monetise its users outside the US and Europe.
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Reliance Retail: After a $20 billion Jio frenzy, India's richest man is now seeking money for retail, Retail News, ET Retail

Reliance Retail: After a $20 billion Jio frenzy, India's richest man is now seeking money for retail, Retail News, ET Retail | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Asia’s richest man and the chairman of Reliance Industries Ltd. told shareholders Wednesday that Reliance Retail Ltd. is getting inquiries from inve..
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Covid-19: Indian consumers prefer home-delivery of supplies despite relaxed restrictions, says survey

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Rural markets: A rural resurgence will fuel India's economic recovery, Retail News, ET Retail

Rural markets: A rural resurgence will fuel India's economic recovery, Retail News, ET Retail | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
As the lockdown jams the urban industrial economy, the government and India Inc are betting on tailwinds from monsoon-fuelled rural prosperity.
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The 'new normals' for consumer-retail-relationship: short-term and long-term - Re-Tales by Harsha Razdan | ET Retail

The 'new normals' for consumer-retail-relationship: short-term and long-term - Re-Tales by Harsha Razdan | ET Retail | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
The economic downturn that the pandemic has brought about will make most consumers wary about their shopping expenditures, particularly their ‘discretionary’ spends. We could expect consumers to be cautious while spending, and when they do purchase something, it will be a value-conscious decision if not a price-conscious one. There are few who will spend as much as, or more than, they did before.
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TikTok defends its user privacy and security measures after ban | Marketing

TikTok defends its user privacy and security measures after ban | Marketing | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
TikTok India head said app would never share information with the Chinese government and will meet with concerned Indian government stakeholders.
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The themes that unite the world of online travel: Key takeaways from WiT Virtual Summit

The themes that unite the world of online travel: Key takeaways from WiT Virtual Summit | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Unite” was the theme and, as the WiT Virtual Summit went round the world in six hours, it was clear a few key themes united the world of online travel.
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Booking a new experience

Booking a new experience | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Innovation is the key word at this point in time, especially in the hospitality industry, which has been significantly hit during the pandemic.
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India considers 'travel bubbles' on country-by-country basis; domestic fare cap may go beyond August 24 - Times of India

India considers 'travel bubbles' on country-by-country basis; domestic fare cap may go beyond August 24 - Times of India | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
India Business News: India will from next month look at creating travel bubbles with countries that allow access to its citizens and vice versa, while immediately scaling
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India to begin International travel bubbles soon

India to begin International travel bubbles soon | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
After countries abroad started to make travel bubbles, India too now plans to do the same. According to reports, India is looking to create these travel bubbles from next month.
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COVID-19 and the State Bank of India: Lessons learned | McKinsey

COVID-19 and the State Bank of India: Lessons learned | McKinsey | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Rajnish Kumar, chairman of the State Bank of India, the nation’s largest bank, discusses COVID-19, digital transformation, and the future of work in financial services.
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Most people in India not comfortable travelling for at least a year: Survey : The Tribune India

Most people in India not comfortable travelling for at least a year: Survey : The Tribune India | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Mumbai, July 24
Even as several states have opened their doors for tourists, a survey has showed that most people are not comfortable travelling for at least a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Weekend shopping sales lose shine for Indian consumers; evening sales also impacted

Weekend shopping sales lose shine for Indian consumers; evening sales also impacted | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Companies across groceries, apparel and electronics segments said this change in shopping habit was mainly due to closure of multiplexes, the fear of enjoying the weekend in malls unlike in pre-Covid amid a surge in the infection and weekend curfew in several states.
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The unexpected trip: The future of mobility in India beyond COVID-19 | McKinsey

The unexpected trip: The future of mobility in India beyond COVID-19 | McKinsey | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
The coronavirus has introduced unexpected complications within India’s automotive and mobility sectors. For OEMs and other stakeholders, it is time to think about new and innovative business models.
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Indian Consumers shift from Hatchback and Sedan to SUV –

Indian Consumers shift from Hatchback and Sedan to SUV – | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
From Tata Indica to Harrier, Maruti 800 to Brezza, Hyundai i10 to Creta, Mahindra Legend to XUV, the evolution of car models has been phenomenal. The automotive industry is gradually shifting from hatchback and sedan to SUV, or we can say that customer preference is switching from small cars to big cars. This trend was…
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'Country of Origin' a matter of consideration for Indian consumers

'Country of Origin' a matter of consideration for Indian consumers | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
While it is less of a motivating factor when making a purchase, 44 per cent respondents always seek information related to a product's origin.
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Going digital: The only option for Indian luxury market

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Home delivery of food: India’s growing appetite for takeaway looks set to outlast lockdown, Retail News, ET Retail

Home delivery of food: India’s growing appetite for takeaway looks set to outlast lockdown, Retail News, ET Retail | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Cloud kitchens are better suited to the needs of socially distanced customers than traditional dine-in restaurants. They’re also able to minimize so..
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Indian Middle-class: The Golden Egg For Global Companies

Indian Middle-class: The Golden Egg For Global Companies | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
The middle-class consumer may not always be defined as the person from a lower income group. Any consumer who is practical and rational with his or her purchase.
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Indians streaming over 5 hours of online content daily: Report

Indians streaming over 5 hours of online content daily: Report | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Indian consumers are now engaged with online video across the spectrum for an average of five hours and 16 minutes every day which is highest globally
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Government allows more domestic flights; 19 lakh passengers fly in first month of schedule flights resumption - Times of India

Government allows more domestic flights; 19 lakh passengers fly in first month of schedule flights resumption - Times of India | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
India Business News: The first month of domestic flight resumption has seen almost 19 lakh people flying within the country. Schedule domestic flights were suspended on Ma
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Cross-country surveys find Indians would go for sustainable travel, contactless entertainment after lockdown is lifted

Cross-country surveys find Indians would go for sustainable travel, contactless entertainment after lockdown is lifted | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
80% of Indian travellers think its important to consider sustainable accommodation when travelling.
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