Month: July 2020

Retailers need to re-invent and rebuild their business in real-time

In early May 2020, when I spoke to the owners of one of the biggest fashion brands in the country, they were despondent. Lockdown after lockdown over a four-month period has brought the Retail business to its knees. Large format stores, Large national brands, niche players, regional brands have seen sales collapse by 90%. Whenever, …

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Are we ready for the new normal post COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a black swan event, a human tragedy with a long-term economic implication. Everything that we knew about the way the world conducted business prior to March 2020 has changed, and it will continue to change. In the next few quarters consumer behaviour, changed media consumption, partial relaxation of restrictions, drop of discretionary spends …

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The Data Analytics Reboot : Is pre-Covid19 data irrelevant?

We live in strange times in complicated times. We also now live in a world that is driven by digital and data and analytics. The data that we collect is supposed to help us take decisions that will help the customer decide in favour of our product at the timing of his choice. But as we reflect today, this is the old-fashioned world (albeit, not so long back in the March of 2020).

Podcast with Dr. Rajesh Chakrabarti

Co- author of – Artificial Intelligence in India & Dean at the Jindal Global Business School at the OP Jindal Global University (JGU). He has taught Finance and Public Policy for over two decades – at the University of Alberta, Canada, Georgia Tech, USA and the Indian School of Business (ISB) — apart from JGU. …

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