The scarcely known or less travelled North East of India is divided into 7 states. Collectively this region is known as the seven sisters. We are now becoming aware of the existence of these states because of acclaimed sports, films and TV personalities and tourism.
India is one of the world’s largest consumers of food and the third largest producer of agriculture, according to 2015 Top Markets Report on Cold Chain by International Trade Administration. India also holds the distinction of being the largest producer of milk in the world and boats of having the largest livestock population too.
Sikkim is one of the most beautiful and picturesque travel destinations in India. Surrounded by Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan, the ‘small but beautiful’ state of India offers spectacular view of snow-covered mountains.
They say you are never alone in Sikkim as the sight of the majestic Kanchenjunga range keeps you company from above and the gurgling Teesta River follows you down below. Sikkim is an experience every single person should have.
The people are warm, the diversity is rich, the food is delicious and the scenery is astounding.
With efficiency and accuracy being the by words of logistics industry, there are two focal areas where predictive analysis plays a vital role encompassing in-depth analysis of business processes influencing business decisions and ultimately customer experience even in initiating digital content based on customer engagement whilst going beyond mainstream uses into value-added services and assessment of new functionality model.
E-commerce companies and dynamic market scenario run parallel. Adapting to the changing market trends, B2B and B2C online companies implement different models of e-commerce, namely Inventory Model, Marketplace Model and Hybrid Model.
The Indian e-commerce market has attracted investors and analysts alike for its sheer dynamism and magnitude. However, the journey for e-commerce companies is not all buoyant as the market is riddled with a few impediments too.
In the otherwise buoyant e-commerce scenario of India, a bump in the road is the problem of issues with the states’ sales tax department. The repercussions include failure of product delivery to the specific states or “stuck in transit” which eventually results in dissatisfied customers. The solution for this impasse between state governments and retailers, both online and offline, is the introduction of Goods and Service Tax (GST).
The advent of e-commerce in India has revolutionized the approach towards running a business for best customer satisfaction and at scale. From fashion to travel, from utility to luxury, from e-wallets to e-cabs everything is available at a click or a press. This ease and accessibility is accelerating the consumers shift in the socio-economic ladder making on-line shopping a preferred means of shopping due to its convenience and wider options.
E-commerce has seen an unprecedented growth and this trend is likely to boom in the coming years with the advent of mobile commerce. Consumers today are purchasing nearly everything online, from antiques to furnishings and grocery to electronics. Gone are those days when the retailers used to directly source goods from suppliers and manufacturers. Today, there are e-commerce fulfilment distribution centres for distributing the products..
In order to grow, one needs to build sturdy partnerships. The building blocks of a great company are often laid across paths beyond the company’s immediate scope. As Gati grew from its initial years, like most other companies, it started to get into various partnerships and collaborations. Here is a look at Gati’s key collaborations and partnerships.