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US imagery co signs pact with Visage Media
GETTY Images, a US-based imagery company, has signed a pact with Hyderabad-based Visage Media Services to represent it in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives. Customers in these countries, who had been sourcing ... More

RETAILING


Retail majors plan big, line up over Rs 650-cr investments
WITH the organised retail industry poised for exponential growth, the retail majors have lined up mega expansion plans. Companies such as Pantaloon Retail, Shopper's Stop, Trent, Lifestyle and Subhiksha are together expected to invest upwards of ... More

Jewellery brand D'damas to expand reach in South
JEWELLERY brand D'damas wants to expand its presence in the South. It plans to have 50 exclusive stores in operation countrywide by the end of the year, of which 12 will be in the South. Speaking to Business Line, Mr Dharmesh Sodah, ... More

BRANDS


Spices Board to launch `Flavourit' in US soon
12 spices to be introduced in San Francisco, intermediary identified. More

ONLINE MARKETING


Bellary jeans cluster developing portal
JEANS producing cluster in Karnataka's Bellary will go global in marketing their products. A consortium of 12 companies, all producers of jeans, are developing a common portal - jeanclan.com - that will undertake mail order ... More

STANDARDS & BENCHMARKS


A `designer' tag that fails to command a premium
GENERALLY, `designer' wear command a premium, but it is not so with the tea industry. For the broking community, teas with a `designer' tag signify `spurious' or poor quality tea. The so-called designer teas being traded at the Coonoor and ... More

TRENDS


Broadcasting cos bet on expansion to get more leveraging power
THE Indian broadcasting industry has started betting on size. Companies are looking at various growth opportunities such as building their networks by adding more domestic and overseas channels, beefing up distribution arrangements and ... More

NEW PRODUCTS & SERVICES


Bajaj Auto to launch Avenger on June 10
The Avenger's launch will be followed by the company's foray into retailing through branded boutique stores for its premium motorcycles. More

Brown Forman's Finlandia vodka
WITH an eye on the growing demand for high-end spirits in the country, the maker of Jack Daniel's premium whisky, Brown-Forman, has launched its luxury vodka brand `Finlandia'. "Finlandia is a luxury vodka brand and should not be confused with ... More

BPCL launches `eco-friendly diesel' in Madurai
BPCL is marketing `Hi-Speed Diesel' in an effort towards providing value-added service to customers, according to Mr K.H. Subramanian, Area Marketing Manager, who launched the new high-performance diesel here. The diesel has already been ... More


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