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PowerPoint Presentation: Hosted by: Conference partners: GLOBAL PLAYERS IN RETAIL MARKET - FEW APPARENT IMPACTS IN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE Dr. Bedanta Bora PowerPoint Presentation: GLOBAL PLAYERS IN RETAIL MARKET - FEW APPARENT IMPACTS IN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE “ 2 nd International Conference on Marketing ” Feb 25-26, 2014, Colombo, Sri Lanka PowerPoint Presentation:  Dr. Bedanta Bora Associate Prof.– Management Studies & Dr. Anindita Adhikary Associate Prof. – Management Studies SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MAZITAR, EAST SIKKIM, INDIA PowerPoint Presentation: OUTLINE Introduction to Retail Market in India Objectives of the Study Materials and Methodology Observation Inferences End Note PowerPoint Presentation: INTRODUCTION PowerPoint Presentation:  The perception of retailing has undergone changes ; becomes formal and brand driven The growth in giant shopping malls with global-brand outlets provides a clue of the same Indian retail is single or multi branded operation, but remarkably unstructured 97 % of its business dependent on casual vendors and unorganized retailers Standardized retailing is still in infancy stage PowerPoint Presentation: But considered as an emerging sector (shares around 10-11% of the GDP ) ; expected to grow beyond US $ 660 billion in years to come Has enormous potentials for global players which is evident from the incremental inflows in Foreign Direct Investment (from US $ 4,029 mn in 2000 to more than US $ 40,000 mn in 2012) Entry of FDI may prove out to be a promising option if Indian Retail is to be given an organized shape PowerPoint Presentation: REPORTED FDI INFLOWS TO INDIA FISCAL YEARS (April-March) TOTAL FDI INFLOWS ( US $ mn) 2000-01 4029 2001-02 6130 2002-03 5035 2003-04 4322 2004-05 6051 2005-06 8961 2006-07 22826 2007-08 34835 2008-09 37838 2009-10 37763 * 2010-2011 27024 * 2011-2012 46847 Source : “Fact Sheet on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)” * Partially compiled figures. Total consolidation of sector specific inflows is not done OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY : OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY PowerPoint Presentation:  To have an overview of trend in Indian retail market To portray it as a vibrant area for investment by foreign participants To objectively assess apparent impacts on different fronts To conclude the project with significant inferences MATERIALS & METHODS :  MATERIALS & METHODS PowerPoint Presentation: Based upon an empirical literature review and secondary information Primary data is non-voluminous and governed by semi structured questionnaires Not dependent on any pre-determined hypothesis. Rather, an open mind to the possibilities of information and outlook of the subject is ensured PowerPoint Presentation: Personal visit to selected re tail establishments in order to gain hands-on-exposure key indicators, namely tabulation, trend projection and graphical representation occupy a significant space in the process of statistical indication OBSERVATION:  OBSERVATION RETAIL MARKET IN INDIA - AN OVERVIEW :  RETAIL MARKET IN INDIA - AN OVERVIEW PowerPoint Presentation: PROMINENT RETAIL OUTLETS IN INDIA NAME OF THE RETAILER NAME OF THE OUTLETS K Raheja Group Crossword, Homes Stop, Mother Care and Shopper's Stop Tata Croma, World of Titan, Tanishq, Westside and Star Bazaar RPG Group Food World and Spencer's Landmark Landmark International, Max, Lifestyle, and Home Centre Piramal Group Priamyd Mega Sore and True Mart Reliance Reliance Hyper-Mart Aditya Birla Group Van Heusen, Allen Solly, Peter England, Louis Phillipe Pantaloon Retail Big Bazaar, Future Bazaar, Food Bazaar , Hometown and E-zone Source : Journal of Business Administration Research, Vol.1,No.1,2012, Sciedu Press, ISSN 1927-9507, E-ISSN 1927-9515 PowerPoint Presentation: BASIS OF COMPARISON STAND-ALONE STORES MULTI-BRAND OUTLETS JUNCTION STORS What does it stand for ? A Single Self Service Store owned or franchised out by a manufacturer An outlet where more than one brand is available A retail establishment where almost all products are available to fill in common needs of the common masses How is it growing ? Oldest format in the country and continues to be a dominant player even today Is in fast growing stage Already have an established market What are its choices ? Varied choices for a particular segment Varied choices for specific segments Varied choices for varied segments What does it focus upon ? Focus is on brand loyalty for brand conscious consumers Focus is on diverse nature of the merchandises Focus is on diverse nature of the diverse consumer needs Examples The World of Titan, Raymond Shop and Nokia Max, Vishal Mega Mart, Bazaar Kolkata and Shoppers Stop Spencer’s, Big Bazaar, In & Out, Star Bazaar and Grand Bazaar FORMS OF RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT Source : Self Compilation PowerPoint Presentation: YEARS 1999-2000 2002-2003 2005-2006 2009-2010 2010-2011 2013-2014 (Projected) Total Retail Market (billion INR ) 7000 8250 10000 18450 19500 24000 Organized Retailing (billion INR ) 50 150 350 920 1350 2400 Share of Organized Retailing 0.70% 1.80% 3.50% 5.00% 7.00% 10.00% Source : Asian Journal of Management Research, Vol.3, Issue 1, 2012, ISSN 2229 – 3795 ORGANIZED RETAILING AND ITS PROPORTION IN TOTAL RETAIL MARKET IN INDIA PowerPoint Presentation:  TREND IN INDIAN RETAILING 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 1999-2000 2002-2003 2005-2006 2009-2010 2010-2011 2013-2014 (Projected) Year Size in Billion INR Total Retail Market Organized Retailing PowerPoint Presentation:  ORGANIZED RETAILING AND TOTAL RETAIL MARKET IN INDIA PowerPoint Presentation:  INDIAN RETAILING - TOWARDS CHANGING TREND 5 th largest destination and 2 nd most attractive sector for investment (GRDI Report) Organized retailing is undergoing transformation Increasing consumer awareness of multinational brands at competitive prices Web revolution is bringing in a remarkable change The present size of Indian Retail Industry is estimated to be approx 470 billion dollar (with annual compounded growth rate of 11%) PowerPoint Presentation:  GLOBAL PLAYERS IN INDIAN RETAIL - FEW APPARENT IMPACTS Easy access to sophisticated technology in a professional fashion Exposure to expedient retail practices with a global marketing network Efficient, transparent and responsible monitoring device for supply chain system PowerPoint Presentation: Economy in distribution and production cycle which indicates a variety of choices at competitive prices Eventual sidestepping of monopoly participants If investment by foreign players in Indian retail had been permitted years back, the unorganized sector would have fetched a 10% growth and the organized segment will avail of an increase by 45%. The economy too could have experienced a growth of 13%. ( ICRIER Research Report) PowerPoint Presentation:  - DEBATABLE ISSUES Lot of apprehensions towards opening up Indian retailing to global players Threat of massive job redundancy as foreign participants operate in a semi-automated fashion with relatively undersized manpower International sourcing of supplies Stiff competition and loss of entrepreneurial talents in the country Free hand to multinational players to lead the economy due to trade liberalization PowerPoint Presentation:  Only 4% belongs to organized sector, it becomes imperative to evaluate feasibility of foreign investment taking into account of remaining 96% which belongs to an unorganized class (comprising of road vendors, kiosk machines, salesman, push-cart vendors, and hut traders) FDI in multi brand retail would create employment ; for whom ? For those who are literate, semi-educated and have professional expertise. But many of those engaged in this trade merely have a minimal education Unfilled needs of the rural masses PowerPoint Presentation:  INFERENCES PowerPoint Presentation: Inviting global players in Indian retailing would certainly have positive impact on some fronts and could be debatable in certain cases Statistical growth is a welcome indicator that happens to be an outcome of FDI policy changes for this sector in the country As a common inference, the cluster groups the welfare of which is threatened have presumed this move as a detrimental step PowerPoint Presentation: It might take time to loose this presumption and prove that the paybacks are not noticeable today ; but arriving tomorrow Thus, encouragement of foreign investment foresees an enlighten and transformed retail landscape in the country It’s now time to anticipate what multinational participants would bring about in days to come when the issue still remains at centre of the debate END NOTE : END NOTE CITATION: CITATION PowerPoint Presentation: Ray Subhajit , FDI in India : An Analysis on the Impact of FDI in India’s Retail Sector, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Kharagpur Patibandla Murali , Foreign Direct Investment in India’s Retail Sector : Some Issues, Working Paper No-366, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore  Gupta Rupali , April-May, 2012, FDI in Indian Retail Sector: Analysis of Competition in Agri -Food Sector, Internship Project Report, Christ University, Bangalore   Majumdar Kakali , Impact of FDI on Indian Retail Trade: Good, Bad or a Mix, www.google.com Aron Ravi, September 20, 2012, FDI in Indian Retail: The Big Benefits Will Come Tomorrow, Not Today, India Knowledge@Wharton Publication   PowerPoint Presentation: Chowdhary Suvrata , FDI in Retail : What it entails ?, www.google.com Rajput Namita , Kesharwani Subodh , and Khanna Akanksha , FDI and Indian Retail Sector : An Analysis, www.google.com Chandu K. L., The New FDI Policy in Retail in India : Promises, Problems and Perceptions, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada Kumud Vivek ,  Agarwal Raveesh and Kishore Kunal , 2011, A Study on Likely Impact of FDI on Indian Retailing Sector, International Journal of Business Economics and Management Research, Vol-2, Issue-6, Online ISSN-2229-4848, JEL Classification- M210, 310,031,048.       PowerPoint Presentation: Moghe Deepali , Critical Study of Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Retail with special reference to Multi Brand Retail Sector, www.abhinavjournal.com/images/Commerce ,Vol-1,Issue-3,ISSN-2277-1166   Mukherjee Arpita and Patel Nitisha , Jan-2005, FDI in Retail Sector : India Academic Foundation, New Delhi Gokhale Srikant and Sinha Piyush , May, 2012, FDI in Retail : A Global Perspective, Working Paper No-2012-05-02, IIM Ahmadabad Research and Publications, Ahmadabad Sharma Ambika , Feb, 2013, An Analytical Study of FDI in Indian Retailing Sector, Zenith International Journal of Business Economics & Management Research,Vol-3 (2), ISSN-2249- 8826 ZIJBEMR, www. zenithresearch.org.in       PowerPoint Presentation: Kalyanasundaram , June-2012, The Changing Face of Indian Retailing, Integral Review-A Journal of Management, Vol-5,No-1, ISSN-2278-6120, www.integraluniversity.ac.in/net/journals and publications.aspx , pp 42-51 Salunkhe B.S., March-2012, SWOT Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Retail Sector, International Indexed & Referred Research Journal, Vol -III, Issue-30, ISSN-0975-3486, RNI-RAJBIL 2009/30097 Singh Sima , May 9, 2012, Impact of Multi Brand Foreign Direct Investment in Retail Sector in India, Delhi School of Professional Studies and Research, © 2013 Social Science Electronic Publishing, Delhi  Das and Kumar Ashish , 2011, Should India open Foreign Direct Investment in Multi-Brand Retail : A Case Study using Wal-Mart Effect, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.         PowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU

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