Indian eCommerce Market Fashion Grocery 2018

Indian eCommerce Market to Grow with Fashion and Grocery in 2018

At the beginning of 2017, no one could have ever wondered how that year is going to be one of the stellar years for the startup and eCommerce businesses in India. With all the funding down and pessimism all around, the overall outlook was bleak. Yet, it all changed since January and the year became one of the most fruitful years.

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Cross Border eCommerce Sales

What Makes Cross Border eCommerce Sales Go Up

With the positive global market scenario and progress of eCommerce, cross-border retail sales are expected to grow twice as fast as the domestic sales sector. With new provisions and regulations in place, retailers have now come out of the hindrances related to cross-border retail and are really enjoying great returns. With increased dependence on social media and digital penetration, international business has eased and more retailers have come up with ideas. With increased interaction on social media, people are able to share their knowledge more than before.

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Businesses Not Using eCommerce

What Businesses Do Not Use eCommerce?

While online businesses are on the boom across the world, there are still quite a lot of businesses that do not use eCommerce. To put it simply, their business objectives do not seem to have a requirement for an online business platform. So let us have an idea of which businesses do not really use eCommerce as their business requirements, and whether they can get accustomed to the eCommerce platform to enhance their reach and reception.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) Meaning and Uses

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Meaning and its Uses in Daily Life

The world has not come to that stage where machines have started dominating humans but it seems that the process has already started. Nevertheless, machines nowadays have a say and significant influence on the way we eat, sleep, work, live and almost whatever we do from morning till night. Starting from personal assistants, such as Cortana, Google Assistant, and Siri to even more advanced and complex platforms, the world is becoming more habitual to these applications and gadgets.

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How Internet Changed Lives

How has the Internet changed our lives?

As science and technology have evolved, our lifestyle experienced changes. From the first telephone to the first medical drug, every invention and innovation has significantly affected the lifestyle across the globe. And the same is applicable for the internet as well. Since the first internet connections were laid in the late 1950s, the world has undergone a sea change, thanks to the power of the World Wide Web.

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eCommerce Growth India - Market Research & Stats

Growth of eCommerce in India [Market Research]

According to reports published by International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Central Statistics Office (CSO), India is among the fastest growing economies of the world. Among several factors, a conscious patronization of online commerce, and an emergence of retail as a dominant market segment have contributed to the unprecedented growth of eCommerce in India. For the financial year 2016-17, eCommerce sales reached the US $16 billion with a projection of a seven fold growth within the next two fiscals as estimated by Morgan Stanley. By 2020 online commerce sales is expected to cross $120 billion.

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7 ways to make the most of your daily commute!

Pushing your way through the crowded buses, squeezing your way into the metro. The daily commuting experience is the one thing which every office goer hates the most. It is the most unenjoyable part of the day and it seems like a total waste of time and energy. But what if we could tell you that you could actually make use of your daily commuting time and make the most of your day.

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The big investment mistakes one is prone to making

Not everyone is a financial guru, the common man is bound to make some mistake while investing. While these mistakes may seem innocent and harmless but they often turn out have disastrous outcomes. And that creates quite a huge amount of stress and anxiety for the one who is investing. Here, we suggest you some ways that will help you prevent a disaster of such kind and also ways you can fix them:

Be rational when it comes to predictions

Human beings tend to be emotional and this often affects in our investment strategies. Investors often react to the highs and lows of the market in ways that are irrational. Selling stocks when the market is down is one of the common mistake undertaken by the investors. They get frustrated, lose their cool and sell their stocks when the market is down. Successful investing lies in controlling your response in dire situations and taking a rational stance in it.


Insufficient savings

Studies have shown that in the USA, 62% of citizens have less than a $1000 savings in their accounts. (Source: These figures tell us that they do not possess the sufficient amount of cash reserves to cover an emergency period. The only way out to this problem is automation of a savings account that keeps a percentage of your paycheck blocked for emergency purposes in future.


Improper retirement planning

Not only insufficient savings, but there exists a growing tendency which shows the presence of improper retirement planning among the masses. Insurance, disability coverage, college education for kids, tax complications; all these form a huge cause of stress if you do not have prior planning to handle them. And so it is important to start budgeting and planning accordingly that keeps in mind this important aspect of retirement planning.


Being conservative

More often than not people want that extra security when it comes to financial planning and tends to lose out on in the process. Your saving rate may increase your account balance but make sure you are at par with the inflation rate too. Or else you won’t be able to do much with your savings. Yes, stock markets do involve risks but the positive thing to remember is the markets always go up 🙂

Showing too much aggression

By aggression we mean greed. While playing too safe might cause you losing out on your money. Showing too much of aggression while investing also does no good. People usually get too greedy when the market starts doing well. But the thing to remember is the market goes in cycles. If there is high there will be subsequent low too. Hence too much aggression and greed might cause heavy losses.


Running after emerging trends of the market

One of the common mistakes is falling for the hype that is created by the forever emerging market trends. While falling prey to the short-term trends people often lose out on big long term money. The thing to keep in mind is that market is unpredictable in the short run, the wise thing to do is to keep eyes on the long term goal.

Investing all in one venture

diversification helps in reduction of risk management, allocating funds in different financial instruments and categories. It is useful as it helps achieve long-term goals with minimum risks. Diversifying further to invest in stocks as well as bonds reduce further risks during market swings.

Insufficient knowledge about hidden costs

Many investors are unaware of additional taxes, management fees, trading fees and proceed without any knowledge of these hidden costs. These costs are usually withdrawn from the account without you even knowing about them. So, it comes as a shock to people who are unaware of them. Therefore, it is always advisable to read and gather proper knowledge about the subject matter before investing.

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6 bothersome buzzwords you must delete from your resume right now!

Despite the fact employers now count on far more than just a pre-written document called resume, it is extremely important part of the process. A resume is your first identity that goes in the hand of your employer and it’s vital that you nail your resume. By using cliché phrases and worn-out catchphrases, you can extremely diminish the shine of your resume otherwise reputable achievements and qualifications. To ensure you do not suffer from language that will get your resume placed in the “no” heap, remove these six buzzwords from your resume.

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Journey of 10 business tycoons who were once rags!

Wealth inclines to create more wealth, but having a rich background is not the only way to be on the top. Some of the world’s richest people started their journey from poverty. All from humble beginnings, these 10 people not only scaled to the topmost of their industries but also became some of the richest people in the world.

Kenny Troutt

There are a few people who overcome in the hard storms of life and do not give up but make destiny trail them and one of such remarkable personalities are Kenny Troutt. He made most of his cash from phone company Excel Communications, which he initiated in 1988 and took public in 1996. He became one of the richest people on the planet during the year 1998 when he vented Teleglobe in which his share was unsettled. But he had to go through a tough time to become such a rich person. His father was an alcoholic bartender and he did his studies at the Illinois University, for which he used to assemble money by selling life insurance to different people. His hard-work and efforts are the reasons he is now he is involved in stock selling, horse racing, and bonds retailing etc.


Ken Langone

Ken Langone is one person who owns a responsibility of changing his life completely and are is known for his super hit business strategies all over the world. The finance industries, Ken Langone can be taken as an example for individuals who have gone through a tough youthful financially. He is the most famous and successful American businessman and investors who are best known for his cofounding at The Home Depot. He was born in New York in the home of working parents. Both the parents of Ken Langone used to work really hard. His father was a plumber and his mom was a cafeteria waitress which makes it apparent that he has seen a lot of hardships in his life to get this success.


Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey, the first African-American TV correspondent was born into a very poor family in Mississippi, but this could not stop her from winning a scholarship to Tennessee State University and becoming the first African American TV communicator at the very early age of 19. She had a rough childhood but both her parents worked hard for her. Her father was a coal miner and her mother, was a housemaid and she was raised on a farm by her grannie. Today, she is named as s America’s top 50 most generous philanthropists. She has also won the titles of Miss Black Tennessee and Miss Fire Prevention. Oprah Winfrey is one of the most popular Americans. She is the host of most viewed and the famous talk show: The Oprah Winfrey Show. Her popularity and success as a Black woman have broken all records.


Leonardo Del Vecchio

The one of the richest man on the planet today was forced to quit school at age 12 to help support and take care of his family after his father died of the disease, tuberculosis. The eyewear tycoon Leonardo Del Vecchio was sent to a Milan orphanage in Italy when he was 7 as his widowed mother couldn’t support him. He began an apprenticeship in an eyeglass factory when he was just 14. At the age of 23, Del Vecchio started his own molding shop, which extended to become the world’s major maker of sunglasses and treatment eyewear with brands like Oakley and Ray-Ban.


Li Ka-Shing

Li Ka-Shing has an unbelievable rags-to-riches story. As a little boy, he was forced to drop out of school to support his family as his father died when he was just 15. He started his first plant when he was 22 and within some years saw got success as a producer, business magnate, property developer, and investor. Cheung Kong Industries is his first company which manufactured plastics but later expanded into real estate. Today, he is one of the first big stockholders in Facebook, and his latest big acquisition is the British telecom company, O2.


Sheldon Adelson

Chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands was a college dropout who grew up slumbering and sleeping on the floor of a Boston tenement house. Adelson, child of a cab driver began to sell newspapers at the age of 12. In the years that trailed, he worked as an investment adviser, mortgage broker and financial consultant. In 1989, he acquired the Sands Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas which is now the largest casino company in the world. Sheldon Adelson has made his way with hard work that is extraordinary and today he is considered the most high-profile political donor in America.


Larry Ellison

Oracle’s founder Larry Ellison was born to an unwed mother in New York and contracted pneumonia at just nine months of age. He was given to his great-aunt and uncle for adoption in Chicago because his mother could not take up his responsibility. Larry Ellison was not exposed to computers in his childhood and didn’t have that intrinsic advantage early in life. After his aunt perished, Ellison dropped out of college and moved to California to work peculiar jobs for the next 8 years. He originated software development company Oracle in 1977, which is now one of the largest technology companies around the globe.


Howard Schultz

Howard Schultz, Starbucks Chairman, and CEO experienced scarcity at an early stage in his life. When Schultz was just 7 years old, his father broke his ankle while working as a truck driver picking up and delivering goods. At the time, his father had no property, no money, no health insurance or worker’s compensation, and the family was left with no income. Today, he is a world class American businessman. He is popularly known as the chairman of Starbucks and a previous owner of the Seattle SuperSonics.


Shahid Khan

He is now one of the richest people in the world. But the journey from rags to riches was tough for him. When he came to America from Pakistan at the age of 16, he had to work as a dishwasher at nights while attending the University of Illinois. An engineer by skill, Khan’s innovative design for a one-piece truck bumper was the foundation for his success. Shahid is now the owner of Flex-N-Gate, one of the major private companies in the U.S., Premier League soccer club Fulham and the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.


John Paul DeJoria

John Paul Dejoria is the man behind a hair-care empire and Patron Tequila, once lived in a temporary home and his car. John sold shampoo door-to-door before he entered the world of hair care as an employee of Redken Laboratories. Today he is the proud owner of Patrón Spirits and co-founder and CEO of John Paul Mitchell Systems.

These 10 rags-to-riches stories remind that with willpower, grit, and a little of luck anyone can overcome their conditions and achieve extraordinary success.

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