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Flipkart forays into original video content to take on Amazon Prime, Netflix
Posted on 16th October 2019
Flipkart on Tuesday announced its foray into original video content with the launch of Flipkart Video Originals, taking the competition in the video-streaming space a notch higher. Integrated within the Flipkart video platform, which was launched in August this year, Flipkart Video Originals will be curated exclusively for the Flipkart platform, the firm said.

Amazon's Great Indian Festival sale: Heavy discounts on smartphones, TVs, accessories, other items
Posted on 14th October 2019
Amazon is offering heavy discounts on a wide range of products under its 'Great Indian Festival' sale, beginning (today) October 13 - 17, 2019.

First-time users will be able to get free delivery on their first purchase plus the e-commerce site is also offering additional offers on select bank credit and debit cards.

Predatory pricing: Goyal summons Amazon, Flipkart to discuss CAIT complaint
Posted on 10th October 2019
The leadership of e-commerce giants Flipkart and Amazon India has been called by Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal for a meeting on Thursday to discuss charges against them by the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT).

The trader body met him on Wednesday with what it said was evidence of ‘deep discounting and predatory pricing’ by both the entities at their recent festive season sale.

Flipkart beats Amazon in first leg of online festive sales; e-tailers clock in total Rs 19,000 crore
Posted on 9th October 2019
Despite the ongoing slowdown in the economy, e-tailers including Amazon and Flipkart have clocked in Rs 19,000 crore value sales in the six-day long festivities which started on 29 September. Homegrown Flipkart led the e-commerce platforms in terms of GMV (Gross Merchandise Value) with its standalone share at over 60%, consultancy firm RedSeer said. “Strong performance across categories including mobiles was the key reason for Flipkart leadership.

Amazon, Flipkart see record festive sales as 'Bharat' logs onto e-commerce
Posted on 7th October 2019 Inc. and rival Walmart Inc. reported record revenue for their six-day India sales festivals as e-commerce catches on with buyers and sellers in smaller Indian towns, moving beyond the country’s urban, English-speaking population.

The American competitors have been dueling in India since Walmart cut a $16 billion deal for control of local pioneer Flipkart Online Services Pvt last year.

India’s e-commerce war of sales and claims
Posted on 5th October 2019
E-commerce major Amazon and its arch rival, Walmart-owned Flipkart, have independently claimed that their sales for this season — Great India Festival and The Big Billion Days, respectively — were the highest-ever in India’s e-commerce history.

Flipkart on Friday said it had clocked 70 billion views in six days of The Big Billion Days (TBBDs). It also said there was almost 50% growth in the number of new customers, as compared to last year.

Amazon, Flipkart claim top spot as festival season sales battle ends
Posted on 5th October 2019
The country’s two premier e-commerce firms claimed top spot with their own set of numbers in mega festival season sales.

Even as the six-day flagship festive sale is coming to an end Friday midnight, Amazon and Flipkart said more than half their growth during this period came from new customers, especially those in smaller cities and towns.

Amazon Echo Show 5: A handy smart speaker with video
Posted on 3rd October 2019
Indian homes are steadily warming up to smart speakers. Walk into any modern household in a metro city and chances are you will get to hear the residents issuing voice commands such as “Alexa, play top Hindi songs,” “Alexa, turn on the lights,” or “Alexa, Wake me up at 6 am”. Thanks to Amazon’s Alexa-powered smart speakers, the Jeff Bezos-owned firm now has quite a formidable Echo family of devices—Echo Input, Echo Dot, Echo, Echo Spot, Echo Plus, and Echo Show.

Festive sale: Tier-II, III cities drive big biz for Flipkart and Amazon
Posted on 1st October 2019

Tier-II and tier-III cities are driving big business for e-commerce firms — Flipkart and Amazon — for the ongoing festival season.

Walmart-owned Flipkart on Monday night said tier-II and tier-III cities ushered in the festive cheer for the firm during the second day of its flagship event ‘The Big Billion Days’ 2019.

E-commerce majors Flipkart and Amazon clock bumper sale on Day One
Posted on 30th September 2019
Dispelling the fear that a slowing economy may affect consumer behaviour, e-commerce majors Flipkart and Amazon India have said they witnessed record transactions on their platforms on the first day of their annual festive sale, which started early on Sunday.

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