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78% of Consumers To Increase Spending This Festive Season: Study

Consumers across India are bullish, excited and more eager than ever to shop online during this festive season, as per a study conducted by Nielsen Media India, on behalf of Amazon India. 81 per cent indicated strong sentiment and intent; 78 per cent trust online shopping and 1 in 2 intend to increase online spending, […]

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Consumer Feature News

89% of Indian Consumers Think There Are ‘Too Many’ Subscription Services To Choose From Now

The boom in the subscriptions economy is causing ‘subscription fatigue’ in India, according to a new survey. Nine in ten (89 per cent) Indian subscribers believe there are now “too many” subscription services available. As a result, 92 per cent now demand a unified platform to administer all of their subscriptions. Despite many feeling overwhelmed, […]

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Snapdeal, Agoda Partners To Offer Cost-Effective Travel Options To Indian Consumers

Snapdeal, the ecommerce marketplace and Agoda, an online travel booking platform joines forces in a strategic partnership. The core objective of this collaboration is to deliver cost-effective travel options to millions of prospective travelers across the nation, empowering them to embark on journeys of discovery and exploration. The synergy between Agoda and Snapdeal will harness […]

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Consumer News

Pre-Festive Road Trips Take Off: Simpl Checkout posts 2x Surge in Consumer Bookings

With a spate of long weekends leading up to the pre-festive season mood, an increasing number of customers are choosing road travel with merchants such as Zoomcar, DriveU, and QuickRide. According to insights from Simpl. Among the travel options, self-driven cars are fast emerging as one of the most preferred choices among customers, with Zoomcar, […]

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Rain Weakens Diesel Demand In India, Sales Decline In September

Preliminary data from state-owned firms reveals that diesel sales in India have declined for the second consecutive month in September. The drop in demand is attributed to rains that have dampened industrial activity and reduced the need for diesel in certain regions of the country. While diesel sales by three state-owned fuel retailers saw a […]

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