Tata Starbucks on Thursday opened its first drive-thru store in India entering into a new format in the country. According to a PTI report: The company has opened its first drive-thru store in India at Ambala Chandigarh Expressway, Singapura in Zirakpur. “The opening of our first drive-thru store showcases our commitment to evolving our brand
Food and nutrition major Nestle India plans to focus on core categories, including milk and nutrition, chocolates and confectionery and coffee and beverages to explore growth and expansion opportunities in these segments, a top company official said. According to a PTI report: The company believes that during this time and in the post COVID-19 world,
Beverage major Coca-Cola’s long-term investment plans in India remain intact despite coronavirus-induced economic turbulence, a key company executive said. Accordingly, the beverage major is expected to complete the earlier announced US$ 5 billion investment this year for creation of retail infrastructure, bottling plants and introduction of new products, amongst others. Since its re-entry into India
Myntra, in a strategic partnership with Movado Group International, one of the world’s largest watches groups, today announced the launch of MVMT (pronounced as ’Movement’) watches on its platform. Founded in Los Angeles, MVMT watches mainly cater to new-age shoppers who are digital-savvy, with a motto that style shouldn’t break the bank. It offers high-quality
Global sportswear brand PUMA announced the launch of its entirely remodeled stores at Banjara Hills, Hyderabad and Pacific Mall, New Delhi. Spread over 4,200 sq.ft. and 3,800 sq.ft., respectively, it seamlessly combines technology, sports and experiential retail under one roof. This also marks the launch of the brand’s first Puma Select shop-in-shops in India to
NEW DELHI: India’s latest e-commerce policy draft includes steps that could help local startups and impose government oversight on how companies handle data. The government has been working on the policy for at least two years amid calls to reduce the dominance of global tech giants like Amazon.com Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc.