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Radico plans to enter vodka market with Magic Moments
RADICO Khaitan's much-anticipated foray into the fast-growing vodka segment of the Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) market will be under the brand, Magic Moments. This along with last year's acquisition, Whytehall whisky, will be in the list ... More

Henkel India forays into hair colourant segment
HENKEL India Ltd on Friday announced that it had made a foray into the home-use haircolourant segment with two brands — Schwarzkopf "Silkience" and Schwarzkopf "Palette." This launch should help the company with a growth of 12 per cent ... More

UK footwear, apparel brand DAKS ties up with The Loft
DAKS, premium British apparel and accessories brand, has tied up with The Loft, one of the largest footwear stores in India, to sell its footwear in Mumbai and Hyderabad. According to Ms Reetika Mehra Dalal, Executive In-charge, Up-market ... More

ADVERTISING


`Online ad spend set for big leap'
INTERNET advertising is waiting to explode especially in sectors such as entertainment and telecom. Internet and Online Association (IOA), which has estimated that the number of Internet users will go up to 100 million by 2007, believes that ... More

RETAILING


Khazana Jewellery Vizag showroom
KHAZANA Jewellery will open a showroom each in Vijayawada and Hyderabad taking the total number of showrooms in the State to four, according to Mr Kishore Jain, its Managing Director. He was speaking at a press meet here on Friday, on the ... More

Sresta organic food store in Hyderabad
SRESTA Natural Bioproducts Pvt Ltd opened its first outlet, called 24 Lettered Mantra, in the city on Friday. This would follow an expansion into all major cities. In the first phase, the company plans to open stores in Chennai, Bangalore, and ... More

MARKETING RESEARCH


Media can tap online potential: Survey
THE entertainment industry can tap the huge potential that Internet and mobile telephony offers. According to a survey by the Internet and Online Association, the number of interactive users in India is expected to go up to 165 million by 2007. ... More

TRENDS


Mobile users willing to spend on upgrades: IDC study
MOBILE users are willing to spend on an average Rs 3,000 more to upgrade their handsets to have features such as digital camera, FM radio and speaker phones, according to the IDC India Mobile Handsets Study 2005. At present, the average amount ... More

NEW PRODUCTS & SERVICES


Tata's mini-truck to cost Rs 2.25 lakh
MUMBAI: Tata Motors on Friday announced the price of its new mini-truck Ace. "The Ace is priced in the range of Rs 2.25 lakh for BS II and Rs 2.35 lakh for BS III (ex-showroom Kochi and Bangalore)," said an official statement. ... More
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