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  • 28-Mar-2016 | Pallavi Jha

    Engaging employees in a fledgling organisation

    For start-ups, it's never too early to adopt an employee recognition plan

  • 17-Dec-2012 | Pallavi Jha

    The intangible benefit: Pallavi Jha

    The Dale Carnegie approach to training is planned in the context and the culture of the organisation. As a process, we gain an understanding of the real life workplace challenges, both from the participants and the stakeholders, to align the content ...

  • 09-Nov-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Designer electronics to woo Indians

    The consumer durables industry is now tapping fashion and aesthetic experts to improve on the designs of electronic products in a bid to make them more appealing to customers.

  • 04-Nov-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Air conditioner sales double in lean season

    Saurabh Baishakhaia, business group head for air conditioners at LG Electronics, had an unusually busy lean season this year. But he isnt complaining as sales of home air conditioners almost

  • 23-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Ready-to-eat food firms splurge on TV ads

    While the ready-to-eat market is just about Rs 70 crore, the food and beverages (F&B) sector is pouring money into television advertising with the increasing acceptance of these products

  • 23-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Ready-to-eat food firms splurge on TV ads

    While the ready-to-eat market is just about Rs 70 crore, the food and beverages (F&B) sector is pouring money into television advertising with the increasing acceptance of these products.

  • 17-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Swatch eyes Bollywood with Hamilton

    American watch company Swatch Group is eyeing the Indian film industry with its brand Hamilton, featured in over 300 Hollywood movies.

  • 16-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Lighting, health high on Philips` agenda

    Philips Electronics India, the domestic subsidiary of the Dutch giant Royal Philips Electronics, has identified three core areas of business, namely healthcare, lighting and consumer lifestyle.

  • 14-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Gucci comes to town

    Gucci, one of the worlds leading luxury brands, today made a direct entry into the Indian market by setting up a store in Mumbai. The 3,400 square feet store in Nariman Point, the citys business hub

  • 11-Oct-2007 | Shivani Shinde & Pallavi Jha

    Laptop sales dent IT peripherals market

    Indian notebook sales are moving at a scorching pace  73 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2007  and this is affecting the volume growth in the IT peripherals market, especially for

  • 09-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Samsonite to enter eyewear, watch segments

    Samsonite India is in the process of diversifying its product portfolio. The company may enter the eyewear and watch segments in the next two years.

  • 05-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Samsonite to launch footwear collection

    A leading player in the luggage segment in India, Samsonite is in the process of diversifying its product portfolio. The first step in this process will be to enter the footwear segment in India.

  • 05-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Excl: Samsonite to launch footwear collection

    A leading player in the luggage segment in India, Samsonite is in the process of diversifying its product portfolio. The first step in this process will be to enter the footwear segment in India.

  • 04-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Temptation Foods to buy 3 firms for Rs 180 crore

    Temptation Foods is close to acquiring three companies for which it has lined up funds worth Rs 180 crore.

  • 01-Oct-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Modern terminal marts may boost cold storages

    The Union Ministry of Agricultures initiative to implement modern terminal markets (MTM) across the country is expected to give a boost not only to the agriculture sector but also to the domestic

  • 28-Sep-2007 | Aminah Sheikh & Pallavi Jha

    Advertisers turn cautious over ICL

    Indias top-notch companies, which put their money in cricket, are cold to spending money on the Indian Cricket League (ICL), especially after the victory of the country in the Twenty20 World Cup and

  • 27-Sep-2007 | Aminah Sheikh & Pallavi Jha

    Advertisers back in the crease

    Neo Sports sells 10-second spot at 60% premium for one-dayers.

  • 26-Sep-2007 | Pallavi Jha & Aminah Sheikh

    T20 champs to bag plum ad contracts

    The victory of the Men in Blue against Pakistan in the ICC World Twenty20 championship is expected to see a doubling in the market value of young stars like Sreesanth, Rohit Sharma, Gautam Gambhir, R

  • 24-Sep-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Less is more

    RETAIL: Destination kiosks could well be the future of modern retail. But will the Indian consumer bite?

  • 20-Sep-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    OOH Media acquires AdImpact

    OOH Media, Indias largest out-of-home television company, has acquired AdImpact, a premier OOH television company based in Mumbai.

  • 18-Sep-2007 | Pallavi Jha & Aminah Sheikh

    BCCI asks $50-60 m for IPL team ownership

    In a move that already has advertisers complaining, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has asked companies to pay between $50 million and $60 million (Rs 200 crore to Rs 240 crore) to

  • 18-Sep-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Durable firms come up with value-added offers

    As the Rs 25,000-crore consumer durables industry has done away with price cuts this year, companies are providing consumers with a new hook  value-added offers.

  • 16-Sep-2007 | Pallavi Jha

    Let the hunt for deals and offers begin

    As the Rs 25,000-crore consumer durables industry has done away with price cuts this year, companies are providing consumers with a new hook  value-added offers.

  • 12-Sep-2007 | Pallavi Jha & Shivani Shinde

    Gaming cos want industry status

    Indiagames, a leading online and mobile games company  along with Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) and other industry players  is planning to approach the central government to get an

  • 11-Sep-2007 | Ruchita Saxena & Pallavi Jha

    Amul revamps chocolate strategy

    Dairy major Amul is reworking its strategy in the chocolate category to push its chocolate product sales.