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Almost one million people in India are "testing" WhatsApp's payments service, and the company is working with the Indian government, NPCI and multiple banks.Read More
Uber chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi is committed to investing further in the Indian market but also keeping a sharp eye on “eventual profitability”, as the U.S.-based cab aggregator ramps up operations in the country.Read More
Celebrity Cruises, one of the brands operated by global cruise vacation company Royal Caribbean Cruises, is planning to have eight luxury ships visiting Indian ports in 2018-19Read More
Indian tourist visits had reached 83,019 by end of December 2017 while a year earlier, in 2016 Maldives was visited by a total of 66,955 Indian holidaymakers - marking a 24% increase.Read More
India has been the next bastion of growth for eCommerce companies, including Amazon and Alibaba, but the market is still in its infancy.Read More
Taken together, these factors will help India’s luxury sector grow by about 30 to 35 percent over the next three years – across categories as diverse as fine dining, electronics, luxury travel, luxury personal care, fashion, and jewelry.Read More
After India, the other top tourist-generating markets for Abu Dhabi are Britain, China, Germany and France.Read More
As cruise lines expand rapidly in the East Asian market, the fastest growing in the world, India remains largely underdeveloped – but with new offerings this year and next, that may be set to change. Read More

Posted On September 17, 2016By StefanIn Business, News, Internet

India remains second-largest Internet Market

China is by far the largest internet market in the world with 721m users, but India has now overtaken the US to become the world’s second largest market with 333mRead More

Posted On August 25, 2016By StefanIn Shopping, Luxury, News, Research

Top 5 Trends in Indian Luxury Market

Emerging markets such as Brazil, China, India are continuously increasing their contribution in the 2.2 trillion USD global luxury market.Read More