Amazon India has gone ahead and launched its premium shipping service, leaving Flipkart behind in the race to launch the service.
Amazon.in and Flipkart have finally launched iOS versions of their respective mobile shopping app for iPhone and iPad users in India.
E-commerce major Amazon is setting up logistics services in the country, starting with a pilot in Delhi- NCR region.
As we recover from a holiday week, news has started picking up. So has our coverage. Here’s a quick recap of all the posts from the week.
Amazon is hiring 13,500 people in Hyderabad, where it is building a 1.6 million sq ft campus.
Brad Stone’s new book “The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon,” sheds light on what makes Amazon the success that it is today. Here’s an excerpt.
Amazon, which recently entered India has, launched its mobile shopping app for Android smartphone users in India. With this launch customers will be able to access the complete range of products available on Amazon.in that include books, movies, mobiles, electronics, toys, baby, personal care appliances, health care devices, watches, fashion jewellery, home & kitchen products and more.
American retailer Amazon, which launched its marketplace Amazon.in for Indian market in June this year, has expanded its product portfolio with four new stores. The expansion of horizontal marketplaces into niche verticals will put pressure on niche online retailers.
BIOSAT, a product by Mumbai based startup Anulekh, is helping Indian farmers improve crop yield and reduce water and fertilizer use.
In selected areas of Bangalore and Delhi, Myntra will deliver within the first hour and subsequent large areas will be covered within two hours. The aim is to reduce the gap between online and offline shopping with quick deliveries.