Indian Retail Congress 2015 in Gurgaon

Two-day conference focuses on retailing 17 -- 18 April

Indian Retail Congress 2015 will bring together the leaders from across the retail industry – right from the largest to the newest and to the fastest-growing retailers. The Congress is a C-level exclusive dialogue which examines key macro-economic and consumer trends and explores innovative strategies for growth and development in the sector. The forum is at the forefront of Indian retail and offers invaluable insights to CEOs, presidents,CXO’, SVP/EVP/VP and directors and vision for the year ahead. The Retail theatre will be highly useful for CXOs and VP level people managing the functions of stores, eRetail, IT, operations, marketing, customer experience and supply chain management. The Congress aims to congregate board and executive level retailers from across the industry spectrum, both in India and globally, to lay the foundation of modern retail strategy, the new paths to purchase, and new echelons of service.

Awards and recognitions
Sales figures and footfalls tell a Retail success story, but they don’t tell about the whole nine yards that the retailer has to walk to get there. The people, the brands and the companies recognized at the Indian Retail Awards will give insights into the strategic advances made by retailers in the past months. The Awards will recognize the achievements of India’s most successful retailers and brands across multiple categories in terms of business performance, customer experience, innovation and leadership in the retail sector. Winners will be announced at a glittering ceremony on 18 April before a room full of the leading names in Indian and global retailing. The Indian Retail Awards is set to be the most prestigious night of the year in the retail calendar, offering 400 of the industry’s finest a chance to network with their peers and be recognized for their outstanding performance and innovation.

Packaging South Asia in its ninth year of publicationBrand owners appreciate information quality and knowledge sharing

A recent IppStar survey of global brand owners in India who receive the monthly B2B magazine Packaging South Asia,
revealed that an increasing number want to become subscribers. Leading
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Packaging South Asia published from Delhi by IPP Catalog
Publications entered its ninth year of publication in January 2015.
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has since then become a dominant source of information about packaging
design and marketing, production techniques as well as other aspects of
the supply chain such as end-of-line, packaging, security and
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Packaging South Asia

is written by its own staff in Delhi and Mumbai who visit packaging
production plants and packaging buyers and end-users around the
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