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|Title:||2021-March Issue: Ecommerce Sector|
|Keywords:||Ecommerce, Consumer, E-retailing, Online Retailing, Ecommerce Start-ups, Indian Startups, Ecommerce Deals, Ecommerce Investments|
|Abstract:||The Indian E-commerce market is expected to grow to US$ 200 billion by 2026 from US$ 38.5 billion as of 2017. Much of the growth for the industry has been triggered by an increase in internet and smartphone penetration. As of August 2020, the number of internet connections in India significantly increased to ~760 million, driven by the ‘Digital India’ programme. Out of the total internet connections, ~61% connections were in urban areas, of which 97% connections were wireless. E-retail market is expected to continue its strong growth - it registered a CAGR of over 35% to reach Rs. 1.8 trillion (US$ 25.75 billion) in FY20. Over the next five years, the Indian e-retail industry is projected to exceed ~300-350 million shoppers, propelling the online Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) to US$ 100-120 billion by 2025((Source: IBEF, The Economic Times, Business Standard). In this issue you will find analyst reports, short articles, the latest transactions, start-up information, talks by experts, and tools for business that could help you perform better in your placement, case competition, projects, and other academic pursuits.|
|Appears in Collections:||The Business Reading on Emerging Sectors|
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