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In the fashion products segment, the retail corporation is gaining more importance to enhance India’s retail ecosystem. Back in the year 2020, when the COVID-19 outbreak started, many issues arise, such as:
Increase in inflation,
Global Financial crises,
Increase in unemployment,
Shutting down of businesses, etc.
In the current scenario, almost every business segment is trying to make its strong digital presence. Whether it’s a small or medium scale business or a big enterprise, everyone wants a reliable online presence to work in the digital environment. In all these aspects, the digital payment mechanism plays a crucial role. Imagine sending e-invoices directly
COVID-19 had a great impact on our everyday lives. It has changed the way we purchase and pay, forcing businesses to implement better ways to operate. As the health concerns among people increased, we started avoiding handling cash, crowded places, and adopted shopping habits, giving rise to contactless or digital payments trends. Although digital payments
As the terror of COVID-19 is still on the rise, companies that fall under several verticals are still facing difficulties in their revenues and business. But for e-commerce industry, 2020 has been a good year. And on top of that, it will reshape the structure of India’s online industry in 2021. Various trends affected the e-commerce sector as it triumphed
As the whole world is fighting against the deadly pandemic, the apparel industry is also fighting a war to address post-COVID-19 challenges. If we talk about the future of shopping, then it’s quite interesting and unpredictable. In the first and second quarter of 2020, we witnessed websites working as stores and stores behaving as websites. And all this
Since the start of this global pandemic, there have been dramatic changes in our lives, and the business models of almost every industry. People started adopting online shopping & payment methods, home delivery of groceries experienced a huge boost, and much more. The COVID-19 also accelerated the demand for cashless payment modes as consumers want to