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OCTOBER 26, 2009
 

V Mart Retail to roll out women centric franchise format

V Mart Retail, one of India’s growing value retailers, has announced plans to roll out its women centric franchise format “V Gals” in northern and western India shortly. The V Gals stores will stock affordable designer clothing for women and accessories. More...

RE/MAX ranked as top real estate franchise

RE/MAX International Inc has joined the exclusive ranks of the most successful franchise chains in the world, after being named to the Franchise Times Top 200. RE/MAX made its debut in the number 12 position in the 2009 ranking, in front of all other real estate competitors, and in the company of such top franchises as McDonalds, 7-Eleven and Marriott Hotels, according to a company press release. More...

Cartridge World to continue international expansion spree

Australia-based Cartridge World, specialising in the refilling of printer cartridges, is set to enter Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal, reports The Telegraph. More...

Lakme changes makeup to fight competitors

Lakme Lever, the beauty and wellness services business of the country's biggest consumer goods company Hindustan Unilever (HUL) that runs over 120 Lakme Salons across the country, has restructured its business model to take on aggressive competitors vying to capture the growing spends of Indian consumers on personal grooming, reports Economic Times. More...

Titan Industries' income crosses Rs 2,000 crore

On the backdrop of spiraling gold prices, continuing global downturn and signs of slow but steady recovery of Indian economy, Titan Industries registered an income of Rs 1156.41 crore during the second quarter of 2009 as compared to Rs 1104.85 crore during the corresponding period last year, reports IndiaRetailing. More...

Bannari Amman enters baby-care products, flocked fabrics

Bannari Amman Spinning Mills has forayed into baby care products and flocked fabrics, reports Business Line. More...

Raymond net drops 69% on weak demand

Weak demand for apparel has led to a 69 per cent decline in textile major Raymond’s net profit at Rs 7.43 crore for July-September quarter against Rs 24.34 crore for the same period last year. More...

 
 
 



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