‘WE'RE GETTING FEWER FOOTFALLS, BUT MORE MEANINGFUL ONES'
Gayatri Ruia, director of Palladium, on running a luxury mall during Covid-19, and how the pandemic will change the mall experience
‘EVERY CRISIS IS A CATALYST FOR CHANGE'
Accor India’s Puneet Dhawan on why diversity in offerings is a great asset during a pandemic that has had a “violent and unprecedented” impact on the hospitality industry
THE SIP OF THE DESERT
As the camel population falls drastically in India, increasing the demand for its milk products can help revive their numbers and the livelihoods of their herders
THE ROMANTICISM OF HOPE
Two major showcases in Paris in contrasting conditions brought different learnings. one, love for the craft and couture, and the other, positivity and importance of togetherness in times of despair.
THE NO-CONTACT BUZZ
Indian companies are helping high-end brands reimagine boundaries as the pandemic hits the luxury sector, which has traditionally placed a premium on physical experiences
Obesity, Fat Boy and the Lost Brotherhood
The untold story of how iconic American bike maker Harley-Davidson lost its H-d vision in India
FULL OF BEANS
Artisanal coffee brands are finding takers in India, as millennial enthusiasts experiment with new flavours and home-brewing
FROM RUSSIA, WITH LOVE
Partnering with the Russian government for the controversial Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V could help Dr Reddy’s make further inroads in the foreign country and prove to be a game-changer for the pharma company’s India play
CLICK FOR COUTURE
Leaders of the luxury fashion industry are turning to digital e-commerce and virtual shows to sell designer wear in ways that have never been attempted before
How meat and seafood brand Licious made the most of the pandemic tailwinds and now has revenue of ₹1,000 crore in its sights by March 2021. Can it get there?
A Fruitful Partnership
Two-thirds of the companies sponsoring the IPL this year are startups. does it make economic sense for a bleeding business to do so?
OF FAITH AND THE FAITHFUL
The synagogues of Mumbai are testimonials to the integral role that Jews have played in the city’s history
Build. Scale. Repeat
RONNIE SCREWVALA, WHO TRANSFORMED UTV FROM A PRODUCTION COMPANY TO A MULTIMEDIA CONGLOMERATE, IS NOW DIPPING INTO HIS ENTREPRENEURIAL GENIUS TO BUILD EDTECH STARTUP UPGRAD INTO A VENTURE OF SCALE AND IMPACT
Having grown over four times in two years, HungerBox was famished for more growth. Then came Covid-19. Can the institutional foodtech startup now keep the fire in its belly intact?
Forbes Life :‘FABERGÉ ALWAYS PUSHED THE BOUNDARY'
The legacy of Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé, known for his bejewelled and intricate objet d’art, lives on a century after his death, says great-granddaughter Sarah Fabergé
Houston-based solugen is making cheaper, more effective industrial chemicals to help scrub everything from pools and hot tubs to oil and gas companies’ wastewater
A Dose of Tech
Health care and life sciences companies are using artificial and machine intelligence for better insights and improved treatment since the Covid outbreak
Unlocking The Digital Door
The pandemic and change in consumer buying patterns have prompted individual sellers as well as large and small businesses to take the ecommerce route for survival
Interview:‘The Pandemic Has Been The Perfect Tailwind For Us'
Greg Moran, CEO of Zoomcar, on why it’s boom time for subscription-based mobility and getting business back to pre-Covid levels
Two years after a historic judgment by the supreme Court, companies are realising that the case for LGBTQ+ inclusion is stronger than ever, even as tackling under-representation, stereotypes and biases remains a work in progress
The preservation of Bath’s architectural heritage shows that conservation needs to be a concerted and long-standing effort by public and private participants
How the Guptas took innerwear brand Dollar close to ₹1,000 crore in revenue. Can the third gen now push it on to a faster growth trajectory?
‘The million dollar question is, what is going to happen with offices'
Stephen A Schwarzman, chairman and CEO of Blackstone Group, talks about investment trends and lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic
TOUGH AS LEATHER
The Kalsis have rebuilt a leather footwear export business that was ravaged by fire twice. Can the third generation stitch a new story with a consumer brand?
Convert to Cloud
Google Cloud India is gunning for enterprise customers by putting together a world-class team, and backing it up with its know-how
Gold Loans Glitter Again
With gold prices rising, businesses like Muthoot Finance are poised for a strong run
Employee To Entrepreneur
After being laid off, several youngsters are launching their own ventures instead of taking the conventional job-seeking route
How Salil Parekh Has Outperformed Peers By Building New Capabilities In Digital, Cloud, Automation And AI
On CEO Salil Parekh’s watch, infosys is looking to cash in on the post-pandemic push for digital transformation. Ensuring the company stays the course will be Parekh’s biggest challenge
Divided We Grow Together
If a split in a family business has to happen, then it must be for the larger good of creating wealth for all stakeholders
Britannia’s Biscuits-heavy portfolio ensured record growth in the lockdown phase and after, even as it stays the course to Becoming a total foods company