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With ample demand the e-commerce companies are also ramping up on opportunities for shopaholics to indulge with Amazon rolling out its Great Indian Sale and Flipkart that just concluded its Big 10 sale. “Global precedent suggests that local apparel industries undergo J-curve expansion when a country’s GDP per-capita increases to over $2,000, Shah said adding, “the top-three Indian brands have combined sales of less than $1 billion providing a long term opportunity as the economy progresses towards this inflection point (with a current GDP per-capita of about $1,700).” A shift away from ‘low margin electronics’ onto fashion apparel was noticed by analysts Anantha Narayan and Nitin Jain from Credit Suisse in a report dated January 12. “The average commission rate charged by Flipkart and Amazon India is ~15% for apparel, about 11% for other fashion products,” the Credit Suisse analysts said. Also Read: Once fuelled by it, can India's e-commerce boom continue to rely on mobile phones? “Flipkart Fashion which is a part of our Lifestyle umbrella, is one of our ‘high-focus’ categories. Close to 60% of all customers on Flipkart are now transacting in fashion categories.” Rishi Vasudev, Head Flipkart Fashion told Zeebiz. The home grown e-commerce site said that there has been increased traction from both men and women and sales only helped its company margins. “Over 40% of Flipkart Fashion’s offerings during the sale were special merchandise units exclusively developed by well established brands for Flipkart, across men’s and women’s fashion such as Lee, Wrangler, Puma, Woodland, Fossil, Carlton London, Chemistry and Ferrari to name a few,” Vasudev said. “During the ongoing Big 10 Sale, there has been a 3x increase in female shoppers on Flipkart Fashion as compared to non-sale days on the back of several attractive offers across fashion categories for women,” Vasudev added.
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Amazon cancels online fashion and beauty show ‘Style Code Live’ Amazon launched ‘Style Code Live’ in March 2016 The hosts of “Style Code Live” were (from left to right) Frankie Grande, Rachel Smith, and Lyndsey Rodrigues Jeff Bezos’ first foray into live TV is over. Page Six has learned that Amazon’s AMZN, +0.13% trailblazing “Style Code Live” has been canceled after 15 months on air. “They called everyone into a staff meeting on Friday and told them they don’t have jobs anymore,” said a source close to production. “There’s no more shows, but everyone can stay on until July with pay to help cancel current bookings and wind things down.” We’re told the end of the project came “rather abruptly” and was a shock to the staff. Also read: 20 years after IPO: How Amazon came to dominate books, electronics and the cloud Since its premiere in March 2016, the live, Monday-through-Friday show — co-hosted by former “Good Morning America” correspondent Rachel Smith, MTV’s “Total Request Live” alum Lyndsey Rodrigues and Ariana Grande’s brother Frankie Grande — has featured guests including Sarah Jessica Parker, Kourtney Kardashian, Kelly Osbourne and Ariel Winter. But on Friday, the 30-minute show deleted its social-media accounts and broke the news to staff. The show was an experiment in reinventing the QVC formula for the online generation: Viewers got beauty tips and fashion advice and could buy the featured items directly from Amazon.com. The show’s collapse comes as Bezos’s booming company finds its feet in the programming world with hit shows like “Transparent” and “The Grand Tour” — as well as flops like “Good Girls Revolt” and, now, “Style Code Live,” and as online platforms such as Instagram and Twitter battle to bring live TV to smartphones. See: Amazon’s new bookstore keeps shoppers on the Amazon website In November 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported that Amazon is “exploring an ambitious push to infiltrate the last bastion of traditional pay-television: live sports.” Meanwhile, Bezos’ fellow mogul, former DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, recently announced WndrCo, a company dedicated to making shows for smartphones.
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