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‘Make in India’ magazine to tell stories about successful entrepreneurs

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Mumbai: A ‘Make in India’ magazine which tells stories of successful entrepreneurs has been released, in order to, magnify the ‘Make in India’ message and help promote the country as a preferred destination for global investment and manufacturing

Conde Nast India, a media company, has associated with the government’s ‘Make in India Week’ initiative for the magazine. A special edition of the official ‘Make in India’ magazine was launched at the ongoing ‘Make in India Week’ event here on Wednesday, read a statement

The magazine was launched in the presence of Amitabh Kant, secretary, department of industrial policy and promotion (DIPP), V. Sunil, director, Motherland Joint Ventures and creative director, ‘Make in India’ programme, among others.

Divia Thani Daswani, editor of ‘Make in India’ magazine, shared that “behind every brand, every label, every product or service, is a person with a vision of creating something new and transformational. These are the true stories of people making in India. We hope to tell and re-tell their stories for years to come.” (IANS) (pic courtesy: huffingtonpost.in)

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Miniso Goes Online With Amazon’s ‘Great Indian Festival’

Miniso and e-commerce major Amazon on Friday annoucned a partnership whereby the former would sell its products starting with the upcoming 'Great Indian Festival'

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The retailer will start with products under the kitchen, home and beauty categories on the amazon.in. Wikimedia Commons

The Japanese retail company Miniso and e-commerce major Amazon on Friday annoucned a partnership whereby the former would sell its products on the online platform starting with the upcoming ‘Great Indian Festival’.

The retailer will start with products under the kitchen, home and beauty categories on the amazon.in, the e-commerce platform said in a statement.

Commenting on the partnership, Shalini Puchalapalli, Director for Category Management, Amazon India said: “We are excited to partner with Miniso and offer customers a wide range of selection on Amazon.in. During the Great Indian Festival customers can look forward to a wide selection of products from the best brands on Amazon.in”.

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Siddharth Venkataraman, CEO of Achhacart, which takes care of Miniso’s sales in India said: “This festive season, customers would be able to buy all their favourite Miniso products online with the customer experience assurance of Amazon”. (IANS)