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The rise of E-commerce Industry in Covid-19 era

E-commerce has transformed the way business is done in India. Online shopping has now become not only a necessity but more of a lifestyle change as we adjust to the new normal. The Covid-19 pandemic has emerged as an in-flexion point for the e-commerce industry in India as more consumers are now willing to shop online.

Expert analysis by Shubhranshu Pani – JLL, Manish Saini – Ferns and Petals, Mr. Suraj Raj Vazirani – The Beauty & Co, Chandranath Dey -JLL, Prem Kumar – SnapBizz, Nohar Nath – Kiabza & Dr. Hitesh Bhatt – Retailers Association of India on the rise of E-commerce Industry in Covid-19 era.

   


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