People have traditionally liked a touch and feel of jewelry before they shell out big bucks. But luxury sales online are growing fast worldwide, and Amazon bets India will be no different.
The battle between two cool Chinese phonemakers has extended to two ecommerce platforms in their most sought-after market, India.
This tie-up is a big step-up in distribution capability for both Amazon and Future Group, and sounds fresh alarm bells for local ecommerce players Flipkart and Snapdeal.
Amazon's attempt at making online and mobile payments far more convenient and secure goes live today in India.
Hoping to stop the vitriol being poured on it in social media by furious consumers, Flipkart has come out with a profuse apology, acknowledging what had gone wrong.
Amazon, Flipkart, and other ecommerce players have enjoyed a merry ride in India, and investments have been pouring in. But now the honeymoon may be over.
A day after Flipkart made its US$1 billion funding announcement, Amazon announces that it will invest an additional US$2 billion in India.
India’s e-commerce site Flipkart, which received the country’s largest e-commerce investment of $200 million recently, is launching three apps for the company’s e-books section today (via NextBigWhat)...
E-commerce in India is heating up today as Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) has finally launched its site in India 1 – albeit very quietly. As reported by TheNextWeb, the Amazon India site only sells books for no...