Wholesale market in India

Wholesellers are none but middlemen who buy products from distributors (wholesale/retail) and sell them to retailers. In most cases, the retailers come to the wholesellers to buy products to replenish their stock. However, wholesellers may also sell to end consumers, but such sales are minimal. In the Indian FMCG market, we have broadly two types of wholesellers: 1. …

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Cash & Carry retail in India

Cash and carry is a membership based retail store selling limited SKUs in bulk packs. Cash and carry has a membership requirement. Customers are usually members of the club and pay an annual fee in order to continue their membership. It is not like any other retail outlet where in one can go and buy …

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Wal-Mart pricing

In mid-1999, Wal-Mart had 2,435 big-box discount stores in nine countries selling everything from Barbie dream homes to handbags and Prodigy CDs. The recipe that made Wal-Mart the largest retailer in the world, hauling in $ 137 billion in sales in 1998, is very straightforward. First build stores two to three times the size of …

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