Fully compliant with FDI laws, contributing to inclusive growth: Flipkart

Leading e-commerce marketplace Flipkart said on Thursday it is fully compliant with foreign direct investment (FDI) laws and works closely with

Flipkart set to fight while Bansal looks to decamp

Flipkart co-founder and former CEO Binny Bansal has sold $14 million worth of shares in the company to New York hedge fund Tiger Global, according to regulatory filings accessed through data intelligence platform Paper.vc.

Paytm and Flipkart CxOs to lead BharatPe’s product team

BharatPe, India’s leading Fin-Tech Company and the fastest to grow to USD 650 million TPV (with 300 days of operations), today announced the appointment of two senior hires in its product team.

Subscription Model: How Internet Giants are making it big

Online giants invest heavily in amplifying their business with experience and variety, and enticing users to buy subscription models at low prices.

Flipkart shrinks wholesale operations as India tightens e-commerce policy

With the revision in FDI e-commerce policy in India, Flipkart is encouraging preferred sellers to buy merchandise directly from manufacturers.

PhonePe: The unlikely golden goose for Walmart

PhonePe is soon going to be a different entity as Walmart looks for investors to raise funds worth $1 billion.

Flipkart’s PhonePe emerges as the biggest value creator for Walmart

Walmart’s stake in PhonePe alone could be worth more than $14 billion in the medium term.

GOQii racks up support in the battle against Flipkart

The All India Online Vendors Association (AIOVA) told Reuters in a statement it plans to file a plea to join GOQii’s case against Flipkart on behalf of 3,500 online sellers it represents.

Indian startup ecosystem: Why B2B is the new B2C

Backed by a maturing startup ecosystem and growing opportunities, the B2B startup space is emerging as the next big investment opportunity in India. HEAD SHOT B2B startups are growing at a fast pace in India and accounted for 43% of…

Amazon & Walmart: Rebuilding bridges in Indian e-commerce

The changes in e-commerce rules in India are giving much pain to Amazon and Walmart. But they are slowly and surely navigating their way ahead. HEAD SHOT: Amazon and Walmart (through Flipkart) are facing major short-term disruption after the implementation…