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Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail – Expansion by Franchisee Route

August 24, 2016

Aditya Birla Fashion Premium BrandKumarmangalam Birla Controlled Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail Ltd – [ABFRL] was carved out of merging Madura Garments and Pantaloon Retail. The strategy the management has explored is that Readymade garments are replacing demand for fabrics / stitched clothes with preference for western and casual wear combined with preference for brands with western positioning. In the women’s wear, they think that diminishing dominance of ethnic wear due to shift to casual wear and formal wear for women as more women join the workforce. Women’s wear market is mostly fragmented and unorganized. ABFRL has the following leading brands under its Umbrella.

Madura is predominantly a premium men’s wear player, housing India’s largest brands (Louis Philippe, Van Heusen, Allen Solly and Peter England) with 2.3 mn sq ft retail space and Read more

Cafe Coffee Day Average Daily Sales Rise 4%, Goes Mobile

August 12, 2016

CDD Daily SalesCafe Coffee Day CCD reported a 14% yoy growth in revenue driven by 13% growth in the retail operations and 25%+ growth in exports. The Average Sales Per Day came in at Rs 13,910, a growth of about 4% yoy while Same Store Sales Growth came in at 4.1%. Growth in ASPD continues to lag expectations and the company’s stated target of reaching close to Rs 20,000 over the next few years.

The management stated that the recently launched mobile app, the company’s foray into home delivery and constant innovation on the food menu side should help increase both footfalls and average ticket size thereby driving growth in ASPD. The management said Read more

How Patanjali is redefining FMCG Retail in India?

August 5, 2016

Patanjali - Redefine FMCG retailPatanjali currently has a product portfolio spanning 800 SKUS in 37 categories, and now competes with every major FMCG in one or more categories. In addition, it is consistently adding new categories and setting up new plants across India – thereby broadening its manufacturing, customer, and revenue base. Currently, Patanjali has a reach of 200,000 outlets vs. 4mn for larger FMCGs; however, it is continuously expanding its reach by appointing new distributors. With the top management comprising majorly of visionaries, and middle and lower management recruited from top Indian/MNC FMCGs, the company is building the right human resource base for Read more

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