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‘Food And Fashion Are The Biggest Growth Areas For Us’

In a freewheeling conversation with Clifford Alvares, Kishore Biyani outlines his mantra for growth

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Flight To The Future

After reorganising its businesses, the Future Group guns for rapid growth by adopting digital technologies and predictive analytics. Can Kishore Biyani pull this off?

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Devendra Chawla Steps Down As CEO OF Future Consumer

Chawla took the charge as Group President - Food , FMCG, Brands at Future Group from December 2014. He was associated with the Future Group since the year 2009

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Future Group Ties Up With UAE Firm For Gulf Foray

Future Group ties up with UAE's Khimji Ramdas Group to sell garments in Oman, and eventually across the Gulf region, in its first international foray

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Retail: Store Shopper

Retail giants are making a beeline for tier-2/3 cities

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Future Group To Add 6 More Stores To Central Brand

The company would add more stores in the existing markets as in Mumbai and Bengaluru and also target the emerging tier II & III places

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FMCG: Bright Future

The Future Group plans 4,000 physical stores by 2021, demonstrating its determination to broaden its horizon. Meanwhile, Kishore Biyani is looking at more online acquisitions too

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Big Bazaar’s Discount Scheme Is Not A Strategy To Battle E-tailers, Says Kishore Biyani

The discount scheme is part of the group’s vision of creating a 1 crore customer base who shop for more than Rs 1 lakh each every year

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Future Consumer Enterprise: Weaving A Bigger Network

During the year, FCEL aslo launched Desi Atta, which currently offers over 24 variants of flours and ready mixes.

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Future Group To Partner With Retailers To Sell Its Products

The company announced a tie-up with Star, a Tata and Tesco enterprise, to retail its products across Star Bazaar stores

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Focus Will Be On Consumer

By the end of 2016, there will be more than 500 million Indians who would have had their entire education in the 21st century.

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