Post demonetisation, Indian weddings are not so big and fat 

A year after demonetisation, the big fat Indian weddings are being replaced with more muted and cautious ceremonies with an emphasis on digital .

A year after demonetisation, the big fat Indian weddings are being replaced with more muted and cautious ceremonies with an emphasis on digital .

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The big wedding brands of Bharat 

A look at some of the regional brands that have emerged as the one-stop shop for wedding shopping in India.

A look at some of the regional brands that have emerged as the one-stop shop for wedding shopping in India.

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India’s first Cartoon Network-branded amusement park to be launched in Surat

India will soon have the first Cartoon Network-branded theme park. Turner International India, which owns the Cartoon Network brand, has entered into a brand partnership with Gujarat based real estate, entertainment and hospitality group Rajgreen for the launch of a...

India will soon have the first Cartoon Network-branded theme park. Turner International India, which owns the Cartoon Network brand, has entered into a brand partnership...

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Mondelez India revenue grows in double digits

As a market, India contributes just about 4% to Mondelez’s global sales, but is increasingly becoming an important one for sales and as a production hub.

As a market, India contributes just about 4% to Mondelez’s global sales, but is increasingly becoming an important one for sales and as a production...

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Cargill to invest Rs. 1,500 crore on India expansion plan

The company is also adapting to Indian market conditions, learning from successes of Patanjali, which has encouraged it to focus on local aspects of the market

The company is also adapting to Indian market conditions, learning from successes of Patanjali, which has encouraged it to focus on local aspects of the...

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ITC: Global giants commit Rs. 68,000 core investment in India’s food space, 

Some of the largest companies in India and abroad, including PepsiCo, Amazon and Britannia, have committed investments of $10.24 billion, or about Rs 68,000 crore, in the Indian processed foods space.

Some of the largest companies in India and abroad, including PepsiCo, Amazon and Britannia, have committed investments of $10.24 billion, or about Rs 68,000 crore,...

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Apple’s revenue has doubled in India, says CEO Tim Cook, 

Apple revenues from India doubled in the quarter ended September, compared to the corresponding quarter last year, CEO Tim Cook said during the earnings call on Thursday.

Apple revenues from India doubled in the quarter ended September, compared to the corresponding quarter last year, CEO Tim Cook said during the earnings call...

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India is now the fastest growing market for The Hershey Company,

India has emerged as the fastest growing market for The Hershey Company, one of the leading chocolate manufacturers which recently announced its Q3 2017 global earnings and revenue.

India has emerged as the fastest growing market for The Hershey Company, one of the leading chocolate manufacturers which recently announced its Q3 2017 global...

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Puma records strong growth globally thanks to Rihanna, 

German sportswear company Puma , which last week raised its outlook for 2017 sales and operating earnings, reported strong third-quarter sales growth in all regions, saying women's sales got a boost from a new collection from singer Rihanna.

German sportswear company Puma , which last week raised its outlook for 2017 sales and operating earnings, reported strong third-quarter sales growth in all regions,...

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Harley-Davidson University to debut in India

Apart from technical training, the Harley-Davidson University also offers a variety of courses ranging from management to finance and branding.

Apart from technical training, the Harley-Davidson University also offers a variety of courses ranging from management to finance and branding.

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AR Rahman Apple: Apple joins hands with AR Rahman to set up two music labs in India, 

Apple has entered into a partnership with top music composer AR Rahman to set up two Mac Labs to teach how to create music using the Cupertino-based technology major’s proprietary software.

Apple has entered into a partnership with top music composer AR Rahman to set up two Mac Labs to teach how to create music using the Cupertino-based technology major’s proprietary...

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Music festivals give a major boost to tourism, 

Paytm’s travel vertical has already witnessed a 70% increase in the number of tourists from metros to Meghalaya where the NH7 weekender is taking place.

Paytm’s travel vertical has already witnessed a 70% increase in the number of tourists from metros to Meghalaya where the NH7 weekender is taking place.

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Hamdard, Barista tie-up: Get ready to be served RoohAfza at the coffee shop soon

Hamdard Laboratories, maker of RoohAfza, on Wednesday announced a strategic tie-up with Barista Coffee Company, which will cover 100 Barista stores serving RoohAfza-based drinks in coffee and other beverage blends including hot drinks.

Hamdard Laboratories, maker of RoohAfza, on Wednesday announced a strategic tie-up with Barista Coffee Company, which will cover 100 Barista stores serving RoohAfza-based drinks in coffee and...

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Mondelez India logs into direct online sales for its chocolates

Mondelez India, the maker of Dairy Milk, today announced entry into direct online sales for its range of products as part of efforts to tap into the gifting segment.

Mondelez India, the maker of Dairy Milk, today announced entry into direct online sales for its range of products as part of efforts to tap into...

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Prabhat Dairy eyes Rs. 2,000 crore revenue by 2020

Prabhat Dairy is targeting Rs 2,000 crore revenue by the financial year 2019-20, by enhancing its consumer segment to 50 percent of the total business. The company has also launched a new corporate identity and a logo.

Prabhat Dairy is targeting Rs 2,000 crore revenue by the financial year 2019-20, by enhancing its consumer segment to 50 percent of the total business. The...

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