Amazon Claims To Be Largest Ecommerce Marketplace In India

Amazon Claims To Be Largest Ecommerce Marketplace In India

In a recent company statement, Amazon claims to to be the largest marketplace in India in terms of products on offer. Amazon adds 50,000 products on the website everyday, the statement says. While the corresponding numbers for Flipkart and Snapdeal are unknown, it’s hard to say with authority if Amazon is indeed the biggest marketplace.

Uber Is Offering Chopper Rides This Christmas

Uber Is Offering Chopper Rides This Christmas

While most brands offer attractive discounts, bring out special advertising, and roll out numerous other activities to engage with their potential customers, Uber has taken the Christmas game a notch “higher”.

Uber, in partnership with Droom, an online marketplace for automobiles, has entered into another strategic alliance with Uber for the festive period to bring on-demand chopper rides to Indian consumers.

Some Of The Most Interesting Outdoor Advertising Hacks Done By Indian Startups

Some Of The Most Interesting Outdoor Advertising Hacks Done By Indian Startups

While advertising through billboards, hoardings and usually any offline methods is considerably more expensive ( read: up to a million bucks for a months’ spot on a prime location billboard) than online advertising, flush with VC funding, most of the hot startups wouldn’t mind shelling out the dough to stand out from the clutter. And just as well. It makes perfect sense to not only capture the ready online audience, but also onboard and engage a potentially huge and captive offline audience on your platform.

US Work VISA Fees Shoots Up, Indian Companies Like Infosys, TCS Will Feel The Pinch

US Work VISA Fees Shoots Up, Indian Companies Like Infosys, TCS Will Feel The Pinch

Every year thousands of Indians move to the USA for greener pastures. Amongst the topmost of all the US immigrants from India are engineers and software developers from TCS and Infosys, two of the biggest IT services providers. The numbers are so huge, that almost 50-70% of the work permits by the US embassy are given out to Indians. However, in a major revision this year, the embassy has doubled the fees of the H1B (work permit) and L1 (resident) from $2000 to $4000. Infosys and TCS will hit feel the pinch.

Top 15 Reasons These Indians Said They Hate Their Jobs For

Top 15 Reasons These Indians Said They Hate Their Jobs For

Jobs and people have a love and hate relationship. You need them to earn your bread and live a respectable life, but at the same time, they can be your biggest enemies. Stress, lack of time for pursuing your passion, draconian office rules etc. can often make people hate their jobs. While the reason to hate a job is highly subjective, there are some common triggers or patterns that establish some of the most common ones. On a thread on social opinion website Reddit, people were asked why they hated their jobs, and these were the top reasons.

Changes Galore, Twitter India Revenues Have Tripled in The Year 2015

Changes Galore, Twitter India Revenues Have Tripled in The Year 2015

Twitter, the 140-character limit social networking website, next only to Facebook in popularity, doesn’t quit share Facebook’s revenue figures and has historically struggled to monetise its business. However, according to a report by Mint, Twitter India has revealed that the revenue from India for the financial year 2014-15 at a Rs.13.26 crore from 4.17 year in the previous year, has more than tripled. While the microblogging site is popular with celebrities and micro-influencers in India, the adoption…

Reliance Employees To Get Free Jio Network & Devices

Reliance Employees To Get Free Jio Network & Devices

Reliance is launching a 4G network and the 25,000+ employees would be the first one to try it. The company will have a soft launch for Jio on December 27th, where A.R. Rahman and Shahrukh Khan are slated to perform to the company’s 25,000+ employees and their families. The network will however be thrown open to the public only by mid next year.

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