More disposable income is increasing the demand for luxury products in India, but access to luxury brands is limited. Snapdeal wants to change that equation.
FirstCry, the Indian online baby products retailer, has raised US$26 million in Series D round led by Valiant Capital Partners and existing investors IDG Ventures India, Ventex Venture Holdings, and S...
Social marketing agency, We Are Social, released a whopping 376 page report on the latest digital numbers around the world. We will focus on the major milestones from second largest nation in the worl...
Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin and venture capital fund Velos Partners have invested US$11 million in Hopscotch, an ecommerce portal selling merchandise for babies and kids in India. “I have been...
Born to middle class parents who worked for public sector enterprises in Faridabad and Bhubaneswar, Manish Taneja and Rahul Dash “never believed” they would come this far as entrepreneurs.
Eyewear portal Lenskart has a unique online-offline combination model. Its “click-and-mortar franchise stores” help those who want to check spectacles before buying.
Amazon India has been voted the country’s most preferred ecommerce website in 2014, according to the People’s Choice Survey conducted by cashback and coupons site CashKaro.com. “Amazon.in wore the cro...
Flipkart pulls in new investors for its latest $700 million funding, files for conversion to public company in Singapore
Baillie Gifford, Greenoaks Capital, Steadview Capital, T. Rowe Price Associates, and Qatar Investment Authority back India’s homegrown ecommerce leader.
LivSpace lets you pick up individual pieces of furniture as well as entire sets of furniture and other interior decor items that can go together.
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.
Ecommerce companies in India are now in a race not just get more and more consumers but also to amass new tech tools that will give them an edge in the competition.
She’s an MIT grad and Silicon Valley VC, but she wants to make stationery for Indians. Why is this a smart move?
At the outset, Inksedge is a niche ecommerce site for personalized, designer Indian stationery. It's also a "big data company with a pretty skin," says one of the investors who pumped in US$1.5 millio...
The battle between two cool Chinese phonemakers has extended to two ecommerce platforms in their most sought-after market, India.
Rocket Internet announced today that it’s acquiring Indian food delivery startup TastyKhana.
Ecommerce in India, currently at US$3.5 billion, represents less than four percent of the total retail market. So there's a huge upside potential as internet penetration and smartphone usage rise.
A few years back, this trio of wizards from Bangalore didn't have enough money for plane tickets. Now, they power the ecommerce engines of CTrip, Yintai, Tmart, and more.
For years in India, consumers have been the victims of protectionist policies, which have thrust inefficient businesses forward as the only choice.