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Colgate: Weak volumes despite price cuts signal further market share decline

Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) segment has been witnessing a steady disruption on account of competition from both listed and unlisted companies. Colgate Palmolive (India), caught in this crossfire, has recently attempted to claw back its market share. 350 more words

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Bajaj Corp’s Q2 result: GST transition gets longer

Bajaj Corp, leading manufacturer in the light hair oil segment (61 percent of market share), was the first in the FMCG pack to report its September quarter earnings. 638 more words

Indian Market

Review: Sambal Pedas Little Dragon Chili

Sambal merupakan bagian yang hampir tak terpisahkan buat kita, orang-orang Indonesia. Kayaknya ada yang kurang lengkap kalau makan ga ada pedas-pedasnya. Kalau buat kami sekeluarga, apa pun makanannya yang penting ada sambalnya (kok mirip tagline suatu produk ya, hahahahha). 453 more words

Graphic Designer Interview

Original Link :

http://theperfectdesign.com/blog/rahul-deshpande-graphic-design-spotlight/

Please tell us about yourself?

Currently I am in Mumbai. I grew up as a child in the city of Nagpur till my graduation in Architecture. 447 more words

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Britannia to Spend Rs 1000 Crore at Ranjangaon Plant

KOLKATA: Leading FMCG company Britannia Industries BSE -0.24 % will invest Rs 1000 crore at its proposed largest plant at the Ranjangaon food park in Maharashtra, a company official said. 253 more words

Flour Mill News

Prataap Snacks: Do some peers provide a better value and growth mix?

The IPO of Prataap Snacks introduces us to a debate on pricing in the investment circle. While the company could possibly be an investment proxy for the snacks consumption demand in the hinterland, a pertinent question is on whether the pricing is justified. 629 more words

Indian Market

Amazon’s slice-and-dice distribution offerings to see many more tie-ups

The penchant of Amazon to venture into brick and mortar business prima facie looks counter-intuitive. For a consumer-facing company like Amazon, superior customer experience is what matters and hence the foray into brick and mortar format comes as a logical extension. 740 more words

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