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Emerging Trends in Retailing

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Introduction:
Indian retail sector is highly fragmented as compared to the developed as well as the other developing countries. This shows a great potential for the organized retail industry to prosper in India, as the market for the final consumption in India is very large. Retail trade is largely in the hands of private independent owners and distributor's structure for fast moving consumer goods consisting of multiple layers such as carrying and forwarding agents, distributors, stockiest, wholesalers and retailers. Thus, the growth potential for the organized retailer is enormous. In the next 2-3 years, India will finally see operations of a number of very serious international players- net withstanding the current restrictions on FDI in retail.

The Indian retail sector is ready to take on challenges from global retail players such as Wal-mart and Carrefour because unlike them, they have a better understanding of the Indian consumer's psyche. Ultimately, a successful retailer is one who understands his customer. The Indian customer is looking for an emotional connection, a sense of belonging. Hence, to be successful any retail outlet has to be localized. The customer should feel that it is a part of his culture, his perceived values, and does not try to impose alien values or concepts on him. Indian customer is not keen to buy something just because it is sold by an international company.

Retailing in India is witness to the boom in terms of modern retailing formats, shopping malls etc. the future of retailing for any product across the country will definitely be in malls where the consumer can get variety, quality and ambience.

However, in spite of this continuous debate to be or not to be, recently Government has allowed up to 51 percent FDI in single brand retailing by foreign companies like Reebok and Louis Vuiton. As of now, single brand retailers operate through the franchisee route and there is a strong view that FDI in this segment would not displace jobs or impact the local industry but help create employment.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 30
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
INTRODUCTION
RETAILING IN THE 21ST CENTURY
NEED FOR STUDY
LITERATURE SURVEY
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
RATIONALE OF THE STUDY
STATEMENT ABOUT THE PROBLEM
OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE STUDY
NEED OF THE STUDY
RESEARCH DESIGN
DATA ANALYSIS
FINDINGS
CONCLUSION
RECOMMENDATIONS
REFERENCES
APPENDIX: QUESTIONNAIRE

 


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