Which ecommerce site will win over India’s booming market? At the top, it’s a fierce battle between Flipkart and Snapdeal.
The scene is set for a shift to app commerce in India, and Flipkart wants to be an early mover. Hence its Big Billion Day Sale this week is app-only.
All the ecommerce companies in India are prepping for the festivals of Dussehra and Diwali coming up in October and November. This is the biggest shopping and g...
The ecommerce race in India may be won or lost in the last mile. It’s interesting that the two local leaders, Flipkart and Snapdeal, have approached it from dif...
Snapdeal just made a big move that’ll allow you to try on a pair of shoes in a store and then buy them online.
The startup partners with local grocery stores to take their inventory online, and helps customer in the locality order from those stores.
The Snapdeal-FreeCharge digital wallet can be a game-changer in the Indian ecommerce arena, just as Taobao gained from a deal with Alipay, and eBay partnered Pa...
Snapdeal will now refund cash within 90 minutes for all returns.
Snapdeal’s Shopo investment comes as added evidence that, in large markets, many initiatives are focusing on using classifieds to get small and medium-sized bus...
Snapdeal’s 11th acquisition is a Silicon Valley startup using AI and big data for user tracking and product discovery.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba, Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn, and Japanese major telco SoftBank are among its backers.
Get the skinny on the startups that raised funds in India today.
Between Paytm and Snapdeal - along with its subsidiary FreeCharge - Alibaba now has a finger in the major mobile commerce players in this mobile-first market.
A week ago, word was out that Flipkart raised $700M. Now, another homegrown rival, Snapdeal, gets a booster shot to battle Amazon.
A commission-free platform would mean better profit margins for sellers. Buyers get a more reasonable price.
Alok Goel was leading both RedBus and FreeCharge when they got acquired. He will now lead VC firm SAIF Partners in India.
Zenatix’s backers include bigwigs like Google’s southeast Asia head Rajan Anandan, Snapdeal founders, and former UTC head Zubin Irani.
The investments, acquisitions, and partnerships are meant to digitally facilitate its buyers and sellers, as well as strengthen its logistics capabilities.
Even though Snapdeal eyes the mobile commerce space, it has no plans of following Myntra and forcing shoppers to use only its app.