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India Post planning to Launch its Own E-Commerce Marketplace

India Post has been connected with e-business in India since the start of this idea. In 241 years of its presence the Department of Posts has possessed the capacity to set up in excess of 1.5 lakh post offices, covering greatest number of pin codes than any logistics organization, and hence turning into a closest companion for the Indian Internet retailers. However this is somewhat evolving now, the Government worked system is soon going to launch its own e-trade marketplace.

In a report by ET John Samuel, a part of Postal Services Board, said that India Post will be launching an Amazon and ebay like online store, which would be an overseen marketplace with solid look out for of who can sell and who can not. An accentuation would be made on selling of indigenous items like Darjeeling Tea, Kashmiri Saffron and so forth.

"In one hand we have Rs 4909 crore worth the trouble related foundation modernization plan and then again, we are spending an alternate Rs 2000 crore to have new vehicles to guarantee speedier conveyance." said Samuel.

This is the second Government pursue body IRCTC to venture into e-business. IRCTC had launched its portal in organization with Yebhi, however that didn't work out and Yebhi itself transformed its plan of action in 2014. India Post accompanies an involvement in taking care of e-trade logistics, additionally it had gotten into a Mou with organizations like Snapdeal, Amazon and Shopclues to drive this specific portion. Will this new arm make a clash of enthusiasm with portals managing in the same space?

This Government body could leverage the brand it has assembled among the consumers, in-street into provincial populace, the prepared supply chain base it has furthermore its experience assuming a part as a budgetary body to deal with the payments. Albeit this looks cheerful, one can sit tight for a couple of months more to perceive how does this picture really ends up being.

Albeit this looks confident, one can sit tight for a couple of months more to perceive how does this picture really ends up being.

Online Ad market to reach Rs 3,575 cr by March 2015: IAMAI-IMRB report


The online publicizing market in India is anticipated to achieve Rs 3,575 crore by March 2015, with a Y-o-Y growth rate of 30 per cent. The online promoting market was pegged at Rs 2,750 crore in March 2014. These are the most recent discoveries of the 'Digital Advertising in India' report, mutually distributed by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and IMRB International.

Advertising Market in IndiaIndian Digital Advertising Market Growth


Source: IAMAI & IMRB International

The report finds that presently, Search and Display are the main two supporters to the total digital advertisement spends in India. Of the Rs 2,750 crore digital advertisement market, Search promotions constitute 38 per cent of the general commercial spends, took after by Display advertisements, which help 29 per cent and Social Media helping 13 per cent of general digital advertisement spends.

It is evaluated that the extent of spends on Search advertisements will decrease and spends will increment on Email, Video and Mobile advertisements. By 2015, spends on Video advertisements will develop at a CAGR of 56 per cent and help 12 per cent to the general market offer of digital advertisements. In the money related year closure March 2014, the commitment of Search spends decreased to 30 per cent of the general digital advertisement spends, that is, helping Rs 825 crore to the Rs 2,750 crore digital advertisement market.

Total Online Ad Spends
Total Online Ad Spends India


Source: IAMAI & IMRB International

As per the report, promotion spends on cell phones are developing at a CAGR of 43 per cent and Social Media is developing at a CAGR of 41 per cent y-o-y and touched Rs 385 crore and Rs 440 crore, separately, in March 2014. Use on feature developed at a CAGR of 51 per cent and achieve Rs 303 crore by 2014. Spends on Email Ads developed at a CAGR of 16 per cent to achieve Rs 88 crore.

Further, on industry astute spends, the report finds that e-Commerce, Telecom, and FMCG & Consumer Durables are the main 3 verticals driving the digital advertisement spends in India.

Industry Wise Ad Spends

Industry wise advertisement spend in india