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Global brands Myntra brought to India in 2023

The fashion e-commerce platform has introduced an array of global brands, stretching from Portugal to the United Kingdom in 2023 Bengaluru: Fashion e-commerce platform Myntra has curated a robust selection of renowned global brands in India in 2023, further strengthening its...

Myntra onboards British fashion brand Oasis

Oasis is the sixth brand from the online fashion retail giant Boohoo Group to be available on Myntra, after Boohoo Woman, Boohoo Man, Nasty Gal, Miss Pap, and Dorothy Perkins Bengaluru: Fashion e-commerce platform Myntra has on-boarded British womenswear brand Oasis,...

Myntra brings UK-based menswear brand boohooMAN to India

The brand will be housed under a dedicated online brand store (OBS) on MyntraBengaluru: boohooMAN, a clothing and accessories brand for men has initiated its foray into the Indian market in association with Myntra, the e-tailer announced in a...

Myntra brings UK-based Boohoo Group to India

Myntra will offer boohoo, Dorothy Perkins (DP) and Nasty Gal by the UK-based group Boohoo in India under a dedicated Online Brand Store (OBS) on the platformBengaluru: Fashion marketplace Myntra is bringing UK-based iconic fashion house, Boohoo Group to...

Online fashion retailer Boohoo must give tired Arcadia brands attention for them to thrive

London, British online fashion retailer Boohoo has bought three clothing brands owned by the collapsed Arcadia retail group for 25.2 million pounds (USD 34.5 million). Boohoo bought the inventory and online businesses of the Arcadia brands - Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Burton. The deal did not include the...

The Boohoo Group’s purchase of Debenhams proves the speed of change in retail

Following the news that the boohoo group has bought Debenhams out of administration, Emily Salter, Retail Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers her view on this news: "In a surprising turn of events that proves the...

Online retailers could lose £5.9 billion through cyberattacks

The UK e-commerce sector could lose £5.9 billion through severe data breaches each year, new research reveals. 43 percent of businesses have experienced a cybersecurity breach or attack over the last 12 months, and can lose up to 7.27 percent...
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Popeyes to enter over 40 Indian cities in the next 2-3 years: Gaurav Pande, Business Head

Gaurav Pande, Executive Vice President and Business Head of Popeyes (Jubilant FoodWorks Ltd.) engages in a discussion with Rasul...
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