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Start offering digital tax-free shopping

Retailers are adapting to social distancing by changing store layouts and simplifying customer flows in order to minimise COVID-19 risk to customers and staff. Offering VAT refunds for tourists, which requires checking customer eligibility, answering questions, printing and signing tax refund forms, can add to the pressures of reduced store capacity by unnecessarily tying up …

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Food delivery start-up MOPP Foods raises angel funding

MOPP Foods Pvt. Ltd, which operates the brand Mad Over Parathas & Pakodas, a QSR and food delivery brand, focused on popular Indian street food, parathas and pakodas, has raised angel funding. This round of funding has been led by Rahul Singh, Founder & CEO, The Beer Café. Others who participated in the round include …

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Ecommerce companies start taking orders for ‘non-essentials’ from April 20, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Ecommerce firms will accept online orders for ‘non-essential’ items starting this weekend, as they gear up to restart operations fully from Monday in line with a central government order issued on April 15. Sale of products deemed non-essential — including smartphones, personal computers, electronics items, apparel, furniture and home décor — form 90% of …

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States start issuing notification allowing full scale operation of e-commerce firms, Retail News, ET Retail

Kolkata: At least four state governments including Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Odisha issued notifications which will allow e-commerce sales of all goods, including the non-essential categories, from April 20 in the second phase of lockdown. Few other states like Karnataka, Telangana and Haryana too are evaluating it due to pent up demand for products …

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Amazon to start online ‘queues’ for new customers as demand surges

Hit by unprecedented online orders amid lockdowns and social distancing, Amazon has announced to put customers on a waiting list, and will invite new customers to shop every week. The e-commerce giant said while it has increased order capacity by more than 60 per cent due to COVID-19, it still expects the combination of restricted capacity due to social …

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Amazon to start online ‘queues’ for new customers as demand surges, Retail News, ET Retail

Seattle : Hit by unprecedented online orders amid lockdowns and social distancing, Amazon has announced to put customers on a waiting list, and will invite new customers to shop every week. The ecommerce giant said while it has increased order capacity by more than 60 per cent due to COVID-19, it still expects the combination …

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Toast, $5 billion start-up, reeling from coronavirus restaurant impact

A sign hangs on the door of a shuttered restaurant in the Chicago Loop on March 19, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. Scott Olson | Getty Images When the calendar turned to 2020, Toast was one of the hottest names in technology. Shares of the privately held company, which makes software for restaurants, were in high …

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Walmart will start taking all employees’ temperatures before shifts

People wait as an employee restocks a shelf with disinfectant wipes as people shop at a Walmart Supercentre amid coronavirus fears spreading in Toronto, Ontario, Canada March 13, 2020. Carlos Osorio | Reuters Walmart said it will soon start taking temperatures and doing basic health screenings of employees to detect workers who may be sick …

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Fine-dining restaurants scramble to start delivery to stay afloat

Food delivery workers on bicycles travel along a street in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Debetrius Freeman | Bloomberg | Getty Images Darden Restaurants said it’s planning to offer delivery service to keep workers employed, but Olive Garden’s parent isn’t the only dinning company to consider doing so. As the coronavirus pandemic forces …

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Coffee Start-up Sleepy Owl raises second round of funding from Rukam Capital, AngelList India and DSG Consumer Partners

Sleepy Owl, a Delhi-based start-up in the ready-to-drink coffee space, has raised an undisclosed amount as growth capital in their latest round of funding. This round is led by Rukam Capital and existing investor DSG Consumer Partners & AngelList India also participated. The brand will use the proceeds from the current round of funding to …

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