1. Nishith

    End of an Era - Official Shutdown Today - 14th August 2018

    Nearly 14 years after foraying into India, global e-commerce giant eBay forayed into India, it is closing down and has stopped taking orders as of August 14. Visiting lands you on a page that reads, “Change is good! Sorry, you can no longer transact on But not to worry...
  2. Dhaval Raja

    Premium Indian Ecommerce Domains

    Domain Name: Registrar: Enom Age: 9 Years ------ Domain Name: Registrar: Enom Age: 9 Years ------ Domain: Registrar: Enom Age: 9 Years -------- Registrar: Enom Age: 9 Years -------- Registrar: Enom...
  3. domainking131

    Condé Nast sells

    Condé Nast International CEO Jonathan Newhouse, in a note to 75 staffers announcing the sale, said the e-commerce venture “had fallen very short of where we hoped [it] would be.” It marks the second time Condé has taken a big swing at e-commerce — and missed. In 2014, it sold a big stake in...
  4. domainking131

    10 hot e-commerce companies with great domain names

    Although the Internet began to advance in popularity among the general public in 1994, it took another few years to develop the right security protocols (for example, HTTP) and DSL to create the right infrastructure for e-commerce and give birth to pioneers such as Amazon and eBay. Although the...
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    BAGWALE.COM for Sale 7K USD

    BAGWALE.COM Premium Quality brand-able Short easy to remember domain. Price : $ 7000 USD Grab it before anyone else does. * Offers Are welcome. But No Cheap Offers Please
  6. Mohit Bardia

    Domain Name For Sale : Minimum Reservered Price : $50 Post Your Price Below And Highest Bidder Get This Domain
  7. domainking131

    Tata’s foray in to e-commerce with a 25-year plan

    The Tata Group have just forayed in to e-commerce with the name But for the very first time the management of the retail firms Infiniti Retail and Trent, the Rs 2200 crore listed entity, would be working together to make the e-commerce foray a success. This is part of an...
  8. domainking131

    Amazon India Says Tablets, Laptops, Other Electronics No Longer Eligible for Refunds

    Bought a tablet, laptop, desktop PC, monitor, camera, or camera lens on Amazon recently? If you bought it after May 11, then your product is not eligible for a refund; Amazon recently updated its returns policy on these products, and if you're planning to make a purchase on the e-commerce site...
  9. anquest

    Wed, May 19 | The Windsor Manor Hotel / BLR | 'E-COMMERCE IN INDIA: Drivers and Challenges'

    'Roundtable Discussion,' Cocktails, Dinner >> 'E-COMMERCE IN INDIA: Drivers and Challenges' Presented By >> IAMAI (The 'Internet And Mobile Association of India') + 'TechProcess' (6 pm onwards) Key Discussion Points include >> * Lower Transaction Cost vs Higher Success Rate *...
  10. domainking131

    Despite low internet use, India's e-commerce market triples in five years

    Although India's use of the internet is lower than many poorer countries, the country's e-commerce sector tripled - or grew by 209 percent over the last five years - from $4.4 billion (Rs.20,020 crore) in 2010 to $13.6 billion (Rs.83,096 crore) in 2014. This data was contained in a reply given...
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    Digital Marketing Roundtable, Cocktails + Dinner / The 'Windsor Manor' Hotel, BLR | Tue, May 10th

    Time >> 5 pm Presented By >> IAMAI (The 'Internet And Mobile Association of India') + Criteo "In a multi-device world, the consumer journey takes more twists and turns than ever before and marketers are challenged to deliver a personalized experience that is consistent across each...
  12. domainking131

    How an Alibaba arm offers mouth-watering deals that Indian ecommerce players can't

    From mobile and computer accessories to soft toys and artificial jewellery, Indian consumers are slowly getting hooked to Alibaba. "While most of the items shipped are low-ticket, ranging from Rs 200 to Rs 2,000 — the maximum demand for such products is from tier III and IV towns," adds the...
  13. domainking131

    The future of Indian e-commerce lies on the app route

    The growth of e-commerce worldwide is a testimony to this. With 235 million people accessing the Internet only via mobile, online commerce in India is fast becoming ‘app-commerce’. Mobile websites are gaining significance too, but apps are more critical as they offer personalisation and help...

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